This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).
The 2013 Progressive Insurance Atlantic City Boat Show makes a splash at the Atlantic City Convention Center, Feb. 6-10, with sales the newest boats and accessories, plus new fun and education for boaters of all ages and experience levels. Climb aboard and compare hundreds of boats for all budgets and lifestyles, including luxury motor and sailing yachts, sport fishers, performance boats, and personal watercraft, plus shop deals on the latest marine gadgets and gear. One lucky visitor will go home a boat owner through a sweepstakes to win a $41,000 2013 Sea Hunt 202 Triton and trailer, courtesy of NJ Outboards.
Boat browsing and buying is just the beginning of the fun at the Progressive Insurance Atlantic City Boat Show, with a variety of attractions for all ages, including the new Swampmaster Gator Show – visitors looking to get wild can take a photo holding a baby gator and watch as expert alligator handler Jeff Quattrocchi catches an 8 ft., 200 lb. alligator. Captain Dave Marciano from National Geographic Channel's Wicked Tuna will also be on hand Feb. 8-9 to meet visitors and share his stories on the open seas. And, experienced and beginner boaters can put their boating skills to the test with the Power Boat Docking Challenge and the ASOS Nautis Boating Simulator.
Visitors who want to add new tricks to their trade can head to the hands-on clinics, see demonstrations and get one-on-one advice at Fred’s Shed Interactive Learning Center and theDiscover Saltwater Fishing Series, produced by the Recreational Fishing Alliance. And there’s no shortage of fun for the kids with a chance to paddle boat indoors at the Kids’ Boating Pool and build their own boat at the Kids’ Create-a-Boat.
Wednesday, February 6 11:00am–8:00pm
Thursday, February 7 11:00am–8:00pm
Friday, February 8 11:00am–8:00pm
Saturday, February 9 10:00am–8:00pm
Sunday, February 10 10:00am–5:00pm
15/adults, free/children 15 and under
National Marine Manufacturer's Association (NMMA)
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