Ring in the New Year with a visit to the 20th Annual Charlotte County Boat Show! Hundreds of boats and all kinds of marine exhibitors will take over the Charlotte County Fairgrounds from January 7-10. The show offers a FREE opportunity to check out the latest boat models and loads of marine equipment and accessories. Plus, get answers to all your Florida fishing questions as we celebrate the return of Fishin Frank!

Beyond Boats
Visitors will find all kinds of vessels on display: center consoles, flats boats, skiffs, deck boats, pontoons, runabouts, and more. The show also features marine products and service providers including boat lifts, marine supplies, fishing tackle, clothing, sunglasses, gift items, marinas, boatyards and repair services, and financing.

Show admission is free for adults and children of all ages, plus convenient on-site parking is available for just $5 per vehicle. See this year’s show map, check out all the boat brands on display or view the full exhibitor list to plan your visit.

Where & When
Charlotte County Fairgrounds
2333 El Jobean Road, Port Charlotte, FL 33948

Show Hours:
Thursday, January 7: 10am–5pm
Friday, January 8: 10am–5pm
Saturday, January 9: 10am–5pm
Sunday, January 10: 10am–5pm

Fishin Frank Is Back!
Anglers will be excited to know that local fishing legend Fishin Frank will make his return to the Charlotte County Boat Show. He’ll be giving free seminars on a variety of fishing topics and will be happy to answer your burning questions about gear, techniques, species, and more. Don’t miss this chance to chat with experts and professional guides about fishing in our local waters.

COVID-19 Safety Measures
Enhanced cleaning protocols and additional safety measures are in place at the show’s indoor and outdoor exhibits to ensure the experience will be safe and enjoyable for all. Face coverings are required inside the exhibit hall and are encouraged outside.

What to Wear
Be sure to dress appropriately for our beautiful January weather and comfy shoes for walking. Many dealers ask you to take off your shoes before stepping aboard, so choose slip-ons if you have them!

You can find all the Charlotte County Boat Show event details here, and be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates about the show!

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