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Water Taxi available for this week’s Miami Boat Show

Planning to attend the Miami International Boat Show? Well, here’s a bit of news: For the first time, the Water Taxi company is making a fleet available to transport guests to and from the different venues.

But you must act fast. The show is coming right up on Feb. 16-20, 2022, and Water Taxi capacity is limited. So you’re encouraged to purchase tickets in advance!

(Photo courtesy of Water Taxi)

Stops at the Miami International Boat Show in the downtown area and Miami Beach will include: Museum Park, Herald Plaza, Sea Isle Marina, and the Convention Center. The Miami schedule during the Boat Show will not affect the Fort Lauderdale routes, according to organizers.

Water Taxi tickets cost $10 for a one-day pass and $40 for a five-day pass. 

“We counted more than 90,000 boardings to the 2021 Fort Lauderdale event and we continue to grow in popularity,” said Water Taxi president Bill Water in a statement. “Miami Boat Show attendees will also greatly appreciate this new choice for moving easily between show sites.”

So if you’re ready to enjoy this year’s Miami International Boat Show with ease, make sure to plan ahead and purchase your tickets in advance to guarantee your spot. 

For more information, visit the official website or call the Water Taxi office at 954-467-6677.

For details on the Miami International Boat Show, click here

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