2018 Dallas Boat Expo Drops Anchor at Dallas Market Hall from July 19-22




The 2018 Dallas Boat Expo, presented by the United Boat Dealers of North Texas will open Thursday, July 19-Sunday July 22, 2018, supporting the boating and marine industry in the greater North Texas.

Show-goers will be impressed with North Texas’ premier boating event. With more than 600 new boats and the latest in marine accessories, this year’s show gives the unique opportunity to shop and compare different brands and the latest models, from runabouts and family cruisers, to fishing boats, ski boats, pontoons and sailboats all in one place. With more than 100 accessory vendors, guests can find everything they need to make time on the water even better. With financing options and aggressive pricing, the Dallas Boat Expo continues to offer families the best value in outdoor recreation.

The 2018 Dallas Boat Expo is located at Dallas Market Hall, 2200 Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, Texas with the following hours and costs.

Hours:
Thursday, July 19, 3-8 p.m. (Free admission)
Friday, July 20, 3-8 p.m. (Free admission)
Saturday, July 21, 10 a.m- 8 p.m.
Sunday, July 22, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.*

Cost & Ticket Information: (Tickets for the show are only available at the door)
Adults: $12
Children (ages 5-13): $6
Children under 5: Free
Parking is free of charge

Boating Brands Represented:
Aqua Patio, Avalon, Axis, Bayliner, Bennington, Berkshire Pontoons, Blue Wave, Boston Whaler, Caravelle, Chaparral, Clearwater, Cobalt Boats, Correct Craft/Nautique, Crest, Cruisers Yachts, Epic, Four Winns, G3 Boats, Glastron, Grady-White, Harris Flote Bote, Hurricane, Legend Boats, Malibu, Meridian, Monterey, Moomba , Nautic Star, Polar Craft, Regal , Rinker, San Pan, Sea Fox , Sea Hunt, Sea Ray, Skeeter, South Bay, Southwind, Sportsman, Starcraft, Sun Chaser, Supra, Supreme, Sweetwater/Godfrey, Sylvan, Triton, Veranda, Xcursion, Xpress Boats, Xpress Boats, Yamaha,

About the United Boat Dealers of North Texas:
The United Boat Dealers of North Texas produces boat shows to support the boating and marine industry in the greater North Texas area; bring together people with a common interest in the boating lifestyle; promote, further and encourage the boating lifestyle through education and outreach programs; and provide each exhibitor with a fair and equal opportunity to conduct business with the general public.

For more information about the DFW Boat Expo, go to www.dallasboatexpo.com/; Connect on Facebook– www.facebook.com/dfwboatexpo; and Twitter – @dfwboatexpo.




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