The 16th Annual Savannah Boat & Outdoor Show

2018-03-02 - 2018-03-04
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The Savannah Boat Show, now in its 16th year, is located on Hutchinson Island, Georgia, overlooking the Savannah River and on the South Carolina border.  This show’s strength is its location, two hours north of Jacksonville, Florida, and two hours south of Charleston, South Carolina providing a natural magnet for attracting boating enthusiasts and exhibiting companies from all three states and beyond.  The show primarily showcases powerboats.  Savannah, like Charleston, is on the coast, which makes it a strong salt water fishing location.  Each year, fishing experts are on-hand for seminars and demonstrations.  The show also features boats overlooking the Savannah River and other maritime displays and exhibits.  In its history, the show has held shag contests, seafood festivals, live music and other family entertainment.  It’s one of the few winter boat shows in the country fortunate enough to have a water-front view.  Whether it’s sunny or inclement weather, there is something interesting for everyone at the Savannah Boat Show.

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Who Should Exhibit: Any business which sells products or services related to boating, fishing or other water activities, including: ATVs Boat and outdoor apparel and accessories Boat dealers Boat engines Boat hitches and trailers Boating insurance Boat lift, gangway and dock companies Boat repair services Boat trailers Boating publications Camping equipment and supplies Financial services Hunting and fishing clubs Hunting equipment and supplies Jet skis Marinas and boatyards Marine contractors Nautical art and decor Waterside vacations

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