Chattanooga Boat Show Launches Feb. 3-6

Monday, January 24, 2022
The all new Chattanooga Boat Show launches Feb. 3-6 for four days of boating fun. The boat show will be held at the Chattanooga Convention Center, 1 Carter St. in Chattanooga. 

The Chattanooga Boat Show gives attendees an all access pass to  discover the boating lifestyle and a chance to shop the newest boats and sporting accessories. The show gives new and 
seasoned boaters a chance to save thousands of dollars on all things boating from the region’s premier dealers and retailers.

In addition to the boats, products and services, there will be free educational events available to guests provided by TWR on Saturday, Feb.
5. Seminars will cover a range of topics on boating safety; from navigation and safe operation, to what to do in a boating emergency.

“The Chattanooga Boat Show is an exciting event for the whole family,” said Ryan Jones, director of  the Chattanooga Boat Show. “We want to make the boat buying experience fun and memorable for everyone. Stop by and see the newest powerboats, pontoons and wake surf boats, plus an incredible selection of marine tools, boat dock builders, services and accessories for every boater.” 

Hours:
Thursday, Feb. 3 from 2-8 p.m.;
Friday, Feb. 4 from noon-8 p.m.;
Saturday, Feb. 5, from 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; and
Sunday, Feb. 6 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Admission, tickets available online:
Single Day Admission - $12;
Weekend Pass - $20; and
Children, ages four-10 - $5. 

Visit https://chattanoogaboatshow.com/ for more information and to purchase tickets. Get up-to-date news at https://www.facebook.com/chattboatshow. 

Participating partners displaying at the Chattanooga Boat Show include:

Boat brands: Barletta Boats, Bayliner, Chaparral, Xpress Boats, Viaggio, Starcraft Marine, Sea 
Ray, SeaArk Boats, Nautique, NauticStar Boats, MasterCraft, Harris, Falcon Boats, Cruisers Yachts, Crest, Monaco, Sweetwater, Hurricane, Sea Doo, Aqua Patio, Malibu Boats, Bennington, Axis, Avalon, Supra and Moomba. 

Dealer Line-up: Erwin Marine Sales, Skier’s Marine, Tri-State Outdoors, Madisonville Marine, Water Workz Marine, Cleveland Boat Center, Tommy’s, Marine Outfitters, Team Marine and more.

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