The 35th Palm Beach International Boat Show will be held in the beautiful Downtown West Palm Beach in March 2020. This annual show draws a crowd of thousands of boat enthusiasts each day for four days full of activities and exhibitions of the best yachts models and boating accessories from the world’s leading marine manufacturers.
It is truly an international show with hundreds of boats from 8-foot inflatables, powerboats, fishing boats, center consoles, bowriders, personal watercraft to superyachts over 150’.
Plan your visit. Palm Beach International Boat Show dates are:
March 25-28, 2021 — Hours for the Event:
Thursday: Noon – 7:00 pm, Fri – Sat: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm, Sunday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location: Evernia St. and Flagler Dr. (waterfront) – N. Clematis St. and Flagler Dr. (waterfront)
Information Help Desk: (954) 764-7642
Photos of previous shows
Follow PIBS signs for directions to various municipal parking garages and privately operated lots located throughout downtown West Palm Beach. Most are within walking distance to one of the two show entrance.
Come by boat
FREE Come-by-boat docks will be located south of the in-water displays. Tie up at the docks and stroll over to the show.
Free Kids’ Fishing Clinics
Saturday & Sunday
Sessions each day at 12 Noon & 2:00 pm. The Kids’ Fishing Clinics, presented by Hook the Future, are open to all kids ages 4-16 and feature marine life experts teaching kids basic fishing techniques. Upon completion of all learning stations, participating kids receive a FREE rod reel
Hands-on, interactive instruction includes: casting a rod & reel, how to fight a fish, selecting tackle & lures, and fishing ethics.
Kids ages 4-16 must be registered and accompanied by a paid parent or guardian.
IGFA School of sports fishing seminars
The IGFA School of Sportfishing will be hosting eight “mini-sessions” on-site with some of the area’s best captains and professional anglers throughout the boat show. While checking out the latest gadget or considering a new skiff, anglers will also be able to pick up hot tips and tricks from not just one or two, but eight of the most experienced fishermen on the water.