Atlanta Boat Show Set for January 14-17

Forget the winter chills and set sail for sunny days at Georgia’s largest nautical extravaganza, the 2016 Progressive Insurance Atlanta Boat Show, returning to the Georgia World Congress Center January 14-17.

With even more boats than before, organizers say the boating event in its 54th year will feature hundreds of the latest boat models for sale, from personal watercraft (i.e. jet skis) and pontoons to luxury yachts and bass boats, along with an amazing array of boating gear and accessories.

The entire family can enjoy boating attractions such as the Let’s Go Fishing Center, where professional anglers lead hourly seminars, as well as an expanded series of boater safety and sailing seminars, and Boating and Sailing Simulators. Little boaters will reel in the fun at the Catch & Release Pond and in the new Kid Zone, which will feature boat building, face painting, a bounce house, temporary tattoos, balloon art, and more! For tickets and more information, visit

The Atlanta Boat Show is January 14-17.
The Atlanta Boat Show is January 14-17.

Event Facts:

Jan. 14-17, 2016
Thursday-Friday, Jan. 14-15, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 16, 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
Sunday, Jan. 17, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Georgia World Congress Center, Hall C
280 Northside Drive, NW
Atlanta, GA 30314

E-tickets are on sale now for a single day admission of $12, $2 off the regular price. ( that ends Jan. 13)
Adults 16 and older: $14
Youth 15 and under: FREE (when accompanied by a paid adult)

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