THE DAYTONA BOAT SHOW CRUISES INTO THE
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY JANUARY 13-15, 2023
Queen of the Show Announced - Caymas 401 CC
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Jan. 5, 2023) – The Marine Industry Association of Central Florida (MIACF) presents the Daytona Boat Show for a three-day event January 13-15, 2023 at the Daytona International Speedway. The highly anticipated show features 15 of Central Florida's top boat dealers representing over 80 manufacturers.
The Daytona Boat Show features a wide variety of boats including bowriders, center consoles, deck boats, flats boats, freshwater fishing boats, jet boats, pontoon boats, and surf boats to fit any lifestyle and occasion.
Extra incentives from dealers and manufacturers are available only during the show, such as extended warranties, service packages, waived dockage, enhanced electronics, and accessory packages.
Queen of the Show - 2023 CAYMAS 401 CC
The Caymas 401 CC is designed for serious saltwater tournament anglers. Designed by Michael Peters, this revolutionary drag-reducing hull increases speed, enhances fuel economy, and delivers a remarkably soft, dry ride in heavy seas. Hard-core anglers will appreciate the 401 CC’s innovative features including a massive cockpit with optional port and starboard dive doors providing ample space to fish.
Tickets on Sale Now
Tickets are $5 per carload and are good any one day of the show. Admission is inclusive for all persons in the car, parking, and sales tax. Tickets may be purchased online at https://daytonaboatshow.com/
Marine Industry Association of Central Florida
Daytona Boat Show
Friday, Jan. 13 - 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 14 - 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday, Jan. 15 – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Daytona International Speedway – Turn One Plaza
1801 W. International Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Tickets are $5 per carload and are good any one day of the show, and include admission for
all persons in the car, parking, and sales tax. Tickets may be purchased online at
National Marine Industry
For the second time in fifteen years, first-time boat buyers have exceeded 415,000. First-time boat buyers accounted for 34% of boat sales in 2021, driving growth for the recreational boating industry and further reinforcing heightened demand for boats since the outset of the pandemic according to the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA).
Central Florida Marine Industry
- $4.1 billion annual economic impact in Central Florida - includes manufacturers and suppliers, sales and services, boating activities, and business tax revenue
- 15,641 jobs in Central Florida: 10,276 direct jobs and 5,365 indirect jobs
- 198,594 registered boats in Central Florida
- 2.4 million Central Floridians go boating each year
“The Daytona Boat Show is designed for new and avid boaters to explore the latest in boating trends, vessels, water activities, and fishing,” said Jeff Husby, president of Regal & Nautique of Orlando and the president of MIACF. “Discover the joys of boating and create lasting memories – all in one location.”
Created in 1989, the Marine Industry Association of Central Florida (MIACF) is a not-for-profit trade organization focused on the sound growth of the marine industry for the benefit of its members and their customers, local communities, and the environment. MIACF is comprised of more than 30 members in Brevard,
Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, and Volusia counties and is the owner and producer of the Orlando Boat Show and the Daytona Beach Boat Show.