- CLEAN BOATING
- RULES & REGS
Doors will open to the public at noon on Thursday, February 19, 2015. For those looking to do some serious comparison shopping, Thursday and Friday offer unique opportunities to thoroughly examine the brands, models and products you’re interested in…and to do so at your pace. The crowds are less, and dealers typically have more time to answer your specific questions. Many boat shows reserve their opening days for VIPs to whom they charge a premium. It’s one of the differentiating factors that makes the New Jersey Boat Sale & Expo one of the Region’s most convenient and affordable boat shows.
Discounted 2-day passes (for Thursday & Friday) are also available,
for $12.00, and can be purchased online at www.JerseyBoatExpo.com.
Tickets purchased in advance online include a 1-year subscription
to one of several popular boating, fishing or water sport magazines.
The show features more than sixty of boating’s best brands exhibited by over thirty of the Region’s top dealers. A full-schedule of seminars and other activities have made this show a popular annual event for boating families throughout the Tri-State Area. It’s easy to get to, parking is free, and admission is family-friendly.
February 19-22, 2015
New Jersey Convention & Expo Center at Raritan Center
97 Sunfield Ave., Edison, New Jersey 08837
Plenty of FREE on-site parking
Thursday & Friday: Noon to 8pm
Saturday: 10am to 8pm
Sunday: 10am to 5pm
Admission at the door is $8.00 per person.
Youngsters 16 and under free, when accompanied by an adult.
Boating is Alive & Well in New Jersey.
There is something very special about being out on the water. It is a place where people can spend time with their friends and family enjoying nature, fishing, cruising, swimming, dining or water sports. Spending summers on the water and enjoying all that New Jersey has to offer is a way of life for residents and visitors. Boating is a pastime that becomes part of your very being – part of one’s psyche. In New Jersey, there are 127 miles of coastline, hundreds of miles of bay-shore, many inland lakes and tributaries and 17 of 21 counties bordering on saltwater. All of these beautiful waterways and natural resources offer enriching opportunities for self-discovery, whether it’s simply enjoying the warm glow of an evening sunset on the water, fishing or enjoying water activities with children, friends and family. Recreational boating is a great way for families to spend time together and, more importantly, can be a very valuable experience for children that provides plenty of learning opportunities. Exposing children to fresh air, sunshine, marine life, and the environment offers quality bonding time for everyone involved.
With so many opportunities for boating fun in New Jersey, there’s no reason why anyone can’t take advantage of all of benefits that boating has to offer and discover why life truly is better with a boat. Go Boating NJ!