|Seattle Boat Show Offers Special Travel Packages
SEATTLE, October 30, 2014 – The Seattle Boat Show (Indoors + Afloat) is so popular it attracts visitors from 41 US states, six Canadian provinces and as far away as Dubai. And with good reason. It’s the largest boat show on the West Coast and the third largest in the U.S., with two locations — indoors at Century LinkField Event Center and afloat at South Lake Union. To make it easy for out-of-town visitors, show organizers have put together an array of travel specials which include Victoria Clipper and Amtrak packages and rates as low as $126.00 per night at conveniently located downtown hotels. The show opens Jan. 23 and runs through Feb. 1, 2015.
|Sneak Peak at Boats of Note at Seattle Boat Show
SEATTLE, November 13, 2014 – Northwest boaters are a very fortunate lot. The Pacific Northwest and British Columbia are home to what is arguably the greatest variety of boating in the world. And the
Seattle Boat Show, Indoors + Afloat, reflects that variety. Unique to the show is the wide range of boats and accessories on display. At other shows, you may find yourself in a sea of bass boats and wakeboard boats. Or find only luxury yachts on display. At the Seattle show, the boats on display are representative of the abundance of boating options available in the region. So whether you choose to wakeboard, waterski, pontoon boat, fish, kayak, SUP, cruise or race, under power or sail, on boats small or large, this show’s for you. And if you already own the boat of your dreams, there are three acres of the latest gear and technologies and 235 free seminars.
|Calling All Boating and Trivia Fans: Trivia, Statistics and Fun Facts Revealed About the Seattle Boat Show
SEATTLE, October 31, 2014 – The 68th Seattle Boat Show, Indoors + Afloat drops anchor on January 23, 2015. It’s the largest boat show on the West Coast and the third largest show in North America. The 10-day show is a not-to-be-missed event on the calendar of Washington state boaters, many of whom have been faithfully attending for decades and now bring their kids or grandkids as part of the tradition. As well as they feel they know the show, they might be surprised by some of the fun facts and trivia about the show and boating in the Northwest.
|Fishing and Crabbing Seminar Line-Up Announced for 2015 Seattle Boat Show
SEATTLE, November 17, 2014 – The Seattle Boat Show, Indoors + Afloat, is known far and wide for the quantity, quality and variety of its free seminars. For the 2015 show there will be 35 new free seminars, bringing the total to 235 and prompting the addition of a fourth stage on weekends. On the fishing stage there will be 57 free fishing seminars with the best experts in their field of fishing and crabbing. There is no better way for an angler to improve his or her success on the water than investing in an hour or two to learn from the best. And it’s all free. So whether it’s learning to mooch, learning about tuna fishing off Washington’s coast, shrimp fishing in Puget Sound or ocean salmon techniques, the Seattle Boat Show is the place to be, Jan. 23 through Feb. 1, 2015.
|Seattle Boat Show Adds 35 New Seminars; Adds Fourth Stage on Weekends
SEATTLE, November 5, 2014 – One of the most popular features year in and year out at the Seattle Boat Show is the extensive line-up of free boating and fishing seminars and the advanced training classes for a fee through Boat Show University. Indeed many out-of-town attendees plan their travel arrangements around the seminar schedule. Others buy a 5-day pass in order to fit in all the seminars they want to attend. And it’s with good reason. No other show in North America matches the Seattle seminar schedule in terms of the quality, variety and number of seminars offered. For the 2015 show there will be 35 new free seminars, bringing the total to 235 and prompting the addition of a fourth stage on weekends. Many of the new topics center on the latest technologies and apps. There are also new topics for women and a cooking demonstration. There’s something for everyone and all skill levels.
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- Youth (11 to 17) $5
- Kids 10 and younger Free
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