The Fort Myers Boat Show has brought virtually every Southwest Florida area dealer to Centennial Park, the Ft. Myers City Yacht Basin and the new Caloosa Sound Convention Center, which is filled with accessory exhibits feature everything from engines and electronics to boat lifts, boating services, fishing gear, clothing and just about anything else you might need on the water.
Located in downtown Fort Myers on the Caloosahatchee River, exhibits wind through Centennial Park along the river and Edwards Drive to the City Yacht Basin.
“We are very lucky to be a part of Fort Myers’ developing Historic District,” says show manager Kyle Good. “Whether you are in the market for a boat, looking to repower or upgrade your current boat, or just want to see what’s new, you will find what you are looking for at this show. We are very excited to welcome the new Luminary Hotel, its restaurants and the new Convention Center.”
Plans are in place to make sure show visitors feel safe and can easily maintain social distancing. The show is spread out along the river to avoid crowding. Indoor aisles have been widened and additional show staff will be on hand to help maintain social distancing. Face coverings are highly recommended outdoors and will be required indoors (complimentary masks will be available) and there will be hand sanitizing stations throughout the grounds.
“We know that people are ready to get out and enjoy the show,” said Good, “All we ask is that everyone do their part to make other show visitors and exhibitors comfortable.”
Show admission is $16 (kids under 16 enter free with paid adult). Online tickets are suggested. There are no additional fees for online purchase and it will avoid waiting in line and additional contact.