Boat show to appeal to both expert and novice boaters

March 31, 2014 by  

The Bay Bridge Boat Show is taking place over three days this April in Stevensville.

The theme of this year’s show is “focus on family”. Specific kids’ activities are set to include face painting and a moon bounce. There is also a boating safety course for children, which will be taught by the U.S. Power Squadron.

Over 200 boats of all kinds and sizes will be on display during the show. Local vendors such as surf shops will also be on hand to sell accessories. Guests will be treated to a free barbecue with musical entertainment on the opening night of the show.

In addition to the boats, there will be free seminars on topic such as ‘Watersports safety’, ‘Modern navigation’, and ‘Getting your captain’s license’. There are also expected to be fishing demonstrations, radio controlled boats to play with, yoga exercise classes on surfboards, and paddle boat fitness demos.

Organizers of the show will likely be advertising throughout the Stevensville area. Local print companies are usually asked to help provide products such as flyers to be used in that advertising.

The Bay Bridge Boat Show is being held at 357 Pier One Road on April 11-13, beginning at 10:00 am each day. Tickets are $12 or $19 for two days, and all attendees will receive free goodie bags at the door. Call 410-268-8828 to find out more about the show.