a new Boat!
or Charter, New or Used
The sail-only portion of the Miami International Boat Show returns to South Florida for its 15th year Feb. 17-22, 2000, at Miamarina at Bayside Marketplace.
More than 225 exhibitors from around the world will display the latest sailboats, accessories and charter information at the unique in-water and dockside show located on Miami's Biscayne Bay. Show highlights will include seminars led by champion sailors, test sails on exhibiting crafts, a "Learn to Sail" program for beginners and special activities for family enjoyment. The Bayside location will complement the excitement of the show and offer visitors an unlimited selection of shopping, entertainment and dining options.
"Strictly Sail-Miami will offer something for everyone - from the avid sailor to the amateur helmsman," said Kevin Murphy, manager of the National Marine Manufacturers Association's (NMMA) Strictly Sail shows. "Show visitors will experience the joys of sailing and find the best deals of the season on the newest boats and accessories."
Advance tickets are available now by calling (888) 322-9922 or by visiting the Miami International Boat Show Web site at www.boatshows.com. Visitors can also purchase tickets Feb.18-22 at the Miamarina at Bayside Marketplace. Show tickets, which allow same-day admission to Strictly Sail and the Miami International Boat Show locations at the Miami Beach Convention Center and Sealine Marina and Yachting Center, formerly the Biscayne Bay Yachting Center, cost $10 for adults and $3 for children ages 6-12. An adult two-day pass, valid any two days Feb.18-22, costs $16. Visitors can get a special sneak preview of show attractions on Red Carpet Day, Feb. 17, for $20.
Free shuttle bus service will connect the Miami International Boat Strictly Sail locations. Self-parking for Strictly Sail-Miami will be available.