This family-friendly show offers Bahamian steel-drum vibes, along with a
wide range of food, drinks and fishing gear.
people will go to four to five shows before they buy a boat.
And if you’re looking for a specific boat, you’re going to go
to all the shows. Do we have the super mega yachts they get
down there? No, but we have beautiful boats.”
And plenty more.
“There’s something for everybody — tons of clothing,
apparel, jewelry artwork, as well as boats,” Miller says. “We
have nonpowered ones, kayaks, paddleboards and all kinds
of on-the-water fun toys that are there.”
And one doesn’t have to be in the market for a boat to enjoy
this family-friendly show, which averages 18,000 attendees.
The on-water Pelican Lounge is the social gathering place
to take a break, have a cool drink and chat with friends. On
shore, the Coco Bar offers an upper deck to enjoy a bird’s-eye
view of the show. The Bahamas Pavilion is back with steeldrum
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In addition to checking out the show’s largest field of more
than 200 boat dealers and exhibitors, visitors to the 2023
event will find additional boat brokers.
“We knew this was going to happen two years post-COVID,”
Miller says, “because when COVID happened, we had
no inventory. You couldn’t do anything but go boating. So, >>
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In the market for a personal watercraft? You will find a large selection of
kayaks and paddleboards at the three-day event.
The in-water and on-land Stuart
Boat Show promises to be another
banner event for Allsports
Productions, now in its 35th
year as the show’s promoter.