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Orlando Show Set for Next Month

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The Marine Industry Association of Central Florida said the Orlando Boat Show will return March 5-7 as an in-person event at the Orange County Convention Center. Last year’s show was a casualty of the pandemic.

MIACF said more than 80 exhibitors will display nearly 500 boats, from pontoon and deckboats to center consoles, flats boats and surf models.


Builders are planning to offer show-only incentives, such as extended warranties, service packages, waived dockage, and enhanced electronics and accessory packages, according to MICAF.

Show organizers will follow strict Covid-19 guidelines, with masks required, enforced social distancing, limited capacity, and cleaning and disinfecting measures throughout the event.

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“We are committed to raising the professionalism of the boating industry in a safe and enjoyable atmosphere,” MICAF president Joe Lewis said in a statement.

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