The Jersey Shore Boat Sale and Expo features the finest selection and a wide variety of new and pre-owned boats. Over 30 different boat lines will be on display offering consumers a shopping opportunity to get a great deal on the boat best fitting their needs. Visit the Boater Marketplace for boating products, gear and marine accessories by local marine retailers. The show will also feature activities for the kids, refreshments and food. This event will be held at the FirstEnergy Park and parking is free!
The show is produced by the Marine Trades Association of New Jersey which is a non-profit organization. The organization consists of over 300 marine related business devoted to protecting and promoting the recreational marine industry and waterways in New Jersey.
Highlights for 2013: Along with the best selection and prices of the year, this year’s attendees will be able to easily climb on board a variety of new and pre-owned boats. The show will also offer activites for the little boaters that attend along with food and refreshments.
Highlights for 2012: The Jersey Shore Boat Sale & Expo was held September 21-23, 2012, at FirstEnergy Park. This unique boating sales event included new and pre-owned boats, engines, parts and accessories for sale by many of New Jersey’s top marine retailers. The event was organized by the Marine Trades Association of New Jersey (MTA/NJ).
The primary focus of the Boat Sale & Expo is to deliver affordability and accessibility for both the consumers and marine retailers. The show has consistently grown every year since being originated in 2009. The show in 2012 was not surprisingly no exception. The 2012 show featured 240 new and pre-owned boats on sale, including 2013 models by 23 dealers, representing 60 different boat manufacturers.
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Information about this was obtained from various sources and is thought to be correct. We strongly recommend that you contact the show producer to confirm this information. See the bottom of this page for informaiton on how to contact the show producers.