Portland Boat Show

Jan 9 2019 - 11:00am to Jan 13 2019 - 6:00pm

The Portland Boat Show occurs only once a year and is the largest boat show in Oregon – so weigh anchor and get to the show. Each year, boaters from all over the Northwest come to see what’s new in boat lines, technology and accessories — and the Portland Boat Show will not disappoint. You’ll find fishing boats, ski boats, sailing vessels, yachts, personal watercraft and paddle sports. local manufacturers, retailers and dealers are ready to make great deals. Enjoy financing right on site with TwinStar Credit Union.

    Hours:

  • Wednesday, January 9: 11am – 9pm
  • Thursday, January 10: 11am – 9pm
  • Friday, January 11: 11am – 9pm
  • Saturday, January 12: 10am – 8pm
  • Sunday, January 13: 10am – 6pm

Box office closes 1 hour prior to show closing.
$10 General Admission FREE to children 12 & under
*Does not include parking

For more information go to www.pdxboatshow.com/ or www.facebook.com/portlandboatshow.

The Portland Expo Center
2060 N Marine Dr
Portland, OR 97217
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