Detroit-boat-show 2013

The Detroit-Boat-Show is now over and next year it will be and better than ever so start planning your trip now.

55th Annual Detroit Boat Show
February 16-24, 2013

Cobo Center
1 Washington Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48226

Saturdays & Friday: 11am – 9pm

Monday through Thursday: 3pm – 9pm
Sundays: 11am – 6pm

Boats to Buy! More than 100 of Michigan’s best boat dealers and marine businesses under one roof for 9 days of great prices, selection and services. Your chance to see new 2013 product, get great prices on new non-current boats, motors, trailers and accessories. Shop hundreds of fishing boats, pontoon boats, cruisers, ski boats wakeboard boats, inflatables and personal watercraft. Also get great prices on water toys, docks, decks, boat lifts, canvas, electronics, accessories and so much more!

Meet Trapper Joe & Trigger Tommy from Swamp People

Joe and his stepson Tommy have hunted together since Tommy was a little boy. Joe’s passing on to Tommy all the swamp secrets he learned from his own father, including a top secret recipe for gator bait known as “goo-goo” juice. Forgetful Tommy can sometimes be a handful, but this gator-hunting team always ends up delivering the goods.

Walk on Water! You’ve probably seen the “human hamster ball” on networks such as NBC, BBC and other game shows. They’re a worldwide phenomenon – and they’re going to be at the Detroit Boat Show. Climb in and see how long you can stand on your feet! There is a $5 fee per person. Click on the image to the left to see a video demonstration

Boating Safety Course – Free Boating Safety Course offered free with admission to the show. It is smart to take a boating safety course, required for certain ages and personal watercraft, and can even qualify you for a discount on your boat insurance

More than 75,000 Michigan residents visited the last show with more than 200 exhibitors and a 1000 new model boats of all types and sizes. Serious buyers can shop more than 200 exhibitors, seeing ski boats, fishing boats, cabin cruisers, bow riders, pontoons and personal watercraft at the Detroit-Boat-Show.