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Florida Keys ‘Island Boat Show’ in Islamorada

If you've already got a boat but are thinking of upgrading or need to get some gear, or if becoming a boat owner is something you've been dreaming about, then this is the place you'll want to be.

All of the top boat brands will be featured at the 2024 Island Boat Show. The weekend will feature a large number of boats, auction items and vendors offering a variety of merchandise.

A $10 donation (under 18 free) gets you a wristband that is good for admission all three days. All proceeds support college scholarships for local students and ICC missions and ministries. Over the last two years, the show has awarded over $100,000 in scholarships to local college students.

Friday-Sunday, Jan. 19-21, 2024
Friday 1-5 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Island Community Church, North Campus
83400 Overseas Highway, Islamorada
Florida Keys (near mile marker 83.4)


  • Check out the newest boats from Keys and So. FL boat dealers
  • Shop for merchandise at one of the many exhibitors
  • Attend a great fishing seminar
  • Enjoy a meal and listen to live music
  • Bid on a silent auction item or buy a chance to win the raffle

You can prepay the $10 donation entry fee via PayPal.


On-site parking is available for free. Parking attendants will guide you to available parking spaces upon your arrival.

For FAQs and a map to help organize your trip, see Plan Your Visit at

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Mary Lou Cruz

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