February 16-20, 2022
The 2022 show will return to the Miami Beach Convention Center, in addition to 3 iconic locations across Miami and Miami Beach. Show locations include:
- The Miami Beach Convention Center
- One Herald Plaza
- Island Gardens Deep
- Harbour Sea Isle Marina
The show will kick off on Wednesday, February 16th and go on through Sunday, February 20th, 2022. You won’t want to miss it!
What to Expect
- A NEW Boat Show Experience—Details coming soon!
- Exclusive VIP Experience
- Family-Friendly Programming
- Dealer Days
Miami Boat Show 2022
Informa Markets, the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA), and the City of Miami Beach have officially signed the contract for the 2022 Miami International Boat Show. The premier event, which is set to take place Wednesday 16th February to Sunday 20th February 20 2022 over President’s Day weekend, is returning its on-land portion to the reimagined Miami Beach Convention Center after a six-year hiatus. In addition to the Convention Center, the expanded event will also offer activities and activations across three locations including One Herald Plaza, Sea Isle Marina, and Island Gardens Deep Harbour on Watson Island.
Earlier this year, Informa Markets and the NMMA announced a partnership uniting the Miami International Boat Show, Miami Yacht Show and Superyacht Miami under the Miami International Boat Show brand, creating the largest boating and yachting show in the world. The joint production will be organised and operated by Informa Markets, the Miami Beach Convention Center’s largest customer, and offers an unmatched opportunity for the region’s hospitality and service industry to bounce back from the devastating ramifications of COVID-19. These shows have historically attracted hundreds of thousands of attendees to South Florida and generated an estimated combined annual economic impact of $1.34 billion.
Miami Beach mayor, Dan Gelber said, “The City of Miami Beach is so pleased to welcome back the Miami International Boat Show to its home at the newly renovated Miami Beach Convention Center, where it took place for more than 30 years. The return of the event to the top-of-the-line venue is a testament to the investment our community has made to make the convention center a superior meeting place that will bring positive economic impact to the city’s businesses and residents.”