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STUART -- The 39th annual Stuart Boat Show returns Jan. 11 for three days.
Along with all of the activity that surrounds the boat show, this year the show's producer, Skip Allen of AllSports Productions, has partnered with Florida Sport Fishing to present the new Fisherman's Village, an area devoted exclusively to fishing.
Spanning a quarter of a mile on land and situated across three marinas, the Stuart Boat Show offers a variety of boats that will leave every boat lover satisfied.
"We are expecting over 150 local, national and international exhibitors at this year's show with hundreds of boats inwater and on land," said Mr. Allen.
Hundreds of different boat brands and models will be represented at the show, including the latest models of motor yachts, cruisers, trawlers, skiffs, speedboats, sport fishing boats and pontoons.
Boats range from 12 feet to more than 100 feet in length and are priced from thousands to millions.
Visitors also will see the latest in personal watercraft, marine electronics, outboard and inline engines, boating equipment and accessories, boat lifts, fishing gear, nautical clothing and jewelry, as well as financing and insurance companies.
The show runs from Jan. 11-13 and is located along the St. Lucie River and SR 707/Old Dixie Highway at the foot of the Roosevelt Bridge.
Show hours are Friday, Jan. 11 and Saturday, Jan. 12 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, Jan. 13 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
General admission is $10 for adults and children under 10 years old are free. Parking with water taxi and shuttle service is available.
The Stuart Boat Show is owned by the Marine Industries Association of the Treasure Coast and is produced and managed by AllSports Productions, Inc.
For more information, call (954) 522-5288 or visit www.allsportsproductions.net.