Jun 152017
 
Marine Industry Association

Marine Industry Day is a family-oriented event aimed at celebrating the region’s marine industry through a variety of fun, interactive experiences. The event features live music, food trucks that serve a variety of foods, children’s activities, numerous marine-related activities, water taxi tours, educational games and much more.

FREE ADMISSION

Marine Industry Day is an annual event that is non for profit held at Esplanade Park in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale. There will be all kinds of activities for adults and kids alike and many vendors that would be more than happy to talk about their role in the marine industry while giving out a bunch of goodies.

The event is organized and sponsored by the Marine Industries Association of South Florida with the support of Florida Yacht Brokers Association, the U.S. Superyacht Association, Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale, and Young Professionals in Yachting.

Marine Industry Day also builds awareness of our industry on local, state, and federal levels. The Marine Industry Day celebration is a gathering of Broward County’s diverse marine industry workforce and families who comprise the foundation of Broward’s number one economic driver.

Entertainment Schedule

Noon – School of Rock

1:30pm – Big Harvest

3:00pm – The Shane Duncan Band

Food Trucks Scheduled to Attend

  • CHEESEBURGER BABY
  •  JOJI YOGURT
  • MEATHEAD’S BBQ
  • MOBSTAH LOBSTAH
  • NACHO BIZNESS
  • WAFFLE WAGON

More than 2,500 people attended Marine Industry Day last year, which featured more than 30 interactive and educational exhibits. Businesses that have previously participated include Nova Southeastern University, Frank & Jimmie’s Propeller, AccuDock, Regent Bank, Land N’ Sea, Maritime Professional Training, Beard Marine, Bradford Marine, Carefree Boat Club, Dockside Corporate Services, MHG Insurance, IGY Marinas, RPM Diesel, and FAU Athletics just to name a few.

Location and Hours

Esplanade Park
400 SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312

Hours: Noon-5pm

 

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