SAN DIEGO ― This year’s San Diego International Boat Show is bigger and better, featuring more than 400 feet of added dock space and150,000 square feet of exhibitor space.
The show is taking place at Spanish Landing Park, East on Harbor Island in the San Diego Bay from June 15-18, just in time to get ready for summer on the water.
With more than 200 vessels on display from cruisers to sailboats, there will be a wide range of watercrafts as well as nautical products and services.
Free Form Factory will be doing demos and selling its first fully electric power watercraft, Gratis. The West Coast debut of Ipanema 58 will also be on display from Denison Yachts.
Dream big and experience the luxury yachts. There will be an expanded line of superyachts more than 80 feet long to go aboard and tour.
Boaters can attend various seminars, workshops and Powerboat 101 lessons.
Experience the “Try It Cove” with paddleboards, inflatables and fishing kayaks. Adults can enjoy the wine and beer garden from Friday through Sunday. For those hungry shoppers, food trucks will be at the show as well as the floating Fiddler’s Green Tiki Bar. Live entertainment will add to the festivities.
Show times on Thursday, June 15 and Friday, June 16 are noon to 7 p.m. Enjoy a full day on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The boat show’s final day takes place on Sunday, June 18 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost for adult admission is $15 with children 12 years old and younger free. Those with military identification can purchase a discounted ticket for $5. Tickets will be available for purchase online and at the event.
Organizer of this event is Duncan McIntosh Co. Inc., publisher of The Log newspaper, Sea Magazine, Boating World, OC Weekly and E&P.
Updated information will be available online at sandiegointernationalboatshow.com.