VIP Preview Day
Be first in line for the unveiling of new boats, new products, and opening day discounts. A special day for the serious sailor, the VIP Preview Day is the best day to shop. This is the ideal day to talk with exhibitors and tour sailboats. Avoid the crowds.
Cruisers University – October 9–12, 2017
Take The Wheel Interactive Workshop & Boat Demo
Enjoy a full day of socializing, learning about boat design and operation, and participation in two sea trials.
First Sail Workshops
Largest Collection of Multihulls in the World
Acres of On-Land Exhibitors
The sailboat show has the latest in navigational equipment, high-tech electronics, boating accessories, clothing, gear, and related services such as boating clubs, charter companies, insurance firms, and lending institutions. Boat show goers shop from a vast display of boating products and services.
Only boat show in which virtually every major sailboat manufacturer is represented. Sailors have the unique opportunity to board and inspect most new models on the market, make side-by-side comparisons, and talk to industry representatives about all aspects of buying and owning a boat.
Order Official Shirts in Advance
Order your 2017 United States Sailboat Show Official Apparel in advance and pick your shirt up at the show or have it shipped to your home via U.S. Mail. Shirts are available in short and long sleeves, beautiful pastel colors, and in sizes Small – XX-Large.
A lucky boater will win a 6-night, 7-day charter in the British Virgin Islands aboard the award-winning Moorings 4800 Sailing Catamaran, ideal for up to 8 guests. Charter valued at approximately $15,000.
Airfare for two sponsored by British Virgin Islands Tourist Board.
Free Cocktail and Wine Tastings
Free cocktail and wine tastings throughout the show!
Sponsored by HENDRICK’S GIN and PAPA’S PILAR.
Free Seminars on Sailing
74-foot Schooner Sailing Cruises
Cruises will be available aboard the 74-foot Schooner Woodwind. All cruises depart from inside the Unites States Sailboat Show and pass by the United States Naval Academy and then into the Chesapeake Bay. Additional fee required.