The Great Lakes’ biggest floating showcase of power and sailboats, the Progressive North American Boat Show, is set to drop anchor at Cedar Point Marina, August 24- 27. This year marks the 45th anniversary of this boat show.
“As we see it,” says show manager Bryan Ralston, “this show has always had great drawing cards, like: the first showing of many new models in all size ranges; very attractive end-of-season pricing by dealers on non-currents; freedom for visitors to climb aboard more than 300 power and sailboats; all at one of America’s top-rated amusement parks. It’s such a unique venue.”
Daily musical entertainment on the Rockin’ Party Barge, more hands-on activities and special seminars will highlight this year’s event. The power and sailboats on display will range from PWC’s to 60-foot-plus motor yachts, along with a variety of accessory exhibits located dockside. It’s the industry’s first major fall in-water show and will be followed by similar events around the country wrapping up in early December at the St. Petersburg (FL) Power & Sailboat Show.
More than 12,000 boaters from Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and Pennsylvania annually attend this show which is produced by the Lake Erie Marine Trades Association.
More information at: www.cedarpointboatshow.com