In February, you can find us at two major boat shows on the East Coast. You can find us at the New England Boat Show which runs from February 14-22. We will also be showing at the Strictly Sail Boat Show in Miami from February 12-16. Its a great way to break up the winter blues and make plans for your sailing in these great two sailing cities in 2015.
We are very excited about our presence in Miami this year for more than one reason. First, you will be able to meet everybody from our Miami sailing base. Secondly, this will be the first opportunity sailors get to hear about our newest base in Florida; SailTime Southwest Florida, located in Charlotte Harbor at Burnt Store Marina in Punta Gorda, Florida is sure to be a popular base. Last but not least, we will be making a major announcement and showing it off at the Miami Show at Miamarina at Bayside Marketplace Feb 12-16. We will have two brand new boat models available for purchase into our Owner Membership Program! You can also meet our ASA instructors and learn more about our sailing lesson plans which are the best in the industry.
Once again, SailTime Boston will be exhibiting at the New England Boat Show in Boston, the region’s largest boat show and sale. The show takes place from February 14 – 22 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center in South Boston, just steps away from the Boston Base location. Find SailTime Boston co-located with Advantage Yacht Sales with a Hunter 33 on display similar to two that are in the fleet there already. In addition to over a hundred boats and thousands of products and services, there are dozens of free educational seminars at the show. The New England Boat Show is a great opportunity to get prepared for the upcoming season. And it certainly can’t come soon enough after our snowstorm in January!
For 2015 SailTime Boston has two Hunter 33’s, a Hunter 36, and a Hunter 37. At the show the base will be offering a $750 discount off of the joining fee. Boats are already filling with members now, so the show is the perfect time to get your pick of vessel before they fill up for the sailing season.