Suncoast Boat Show Coming To Town


The show starts tomorrow and continues through Sunday. Cruisers, Sportfishers, Motor Yachts and more will all be on display.

In addition to boats, families can enjoy food, shopping and music.

VP of Marketing for Show Management Brett Keating says they also have fishing clinics for kids.

“These are free fishing clinics,” Keating said. “Where kids under the age of 16 learn how to cast a rod and reel, they learn, about the different species of fish and which types of lures to use, and every kid walks away with some really great prizes.”

The show will be open from 10–7 Friday and Saturday and till 5 Sunday at Marina Jack. For easy parking visitors can park at the Van Wezel and take a free shuttle to the show.

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