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Friday, June 14, 2024

Palm Beach Boat Show Parking & Transportation

As the Palm Beach International Boat Show returns March 23 through March 26 to Flagler Drive, spanning the waterfront from Lakeview Avenue to Third Street, here’s information about parking & transportation if you are attending.

The show offers guests numerous parking locations as well as docking options for boaters arriving by water.

The show site is surrounded by multiple municipal and privately operated parking lots and garages, many located within walking distance to one of the show’s two main entrance gates, which are located at Evernia Street and Clematis Street near Flagler Drive.

Follow signs to boat show parking, alternative parking lots and show entrances.

If you are parking at CityPlace, located at 700 S. Rosemary Ave., catch the free Downtown Trolley and ride it to Clematis Street and Narcissus Avenue, just steps away from the show’s northern entrance. Picking up passengers every 10 minutes, the trolley’s yellow line CityPlace stop is located in front of Macy’s on Rosemary Avenue, in between Hibiscus and Gardenia Streets. For more information on trolley routes, visit DownTownWPB.com/Trolley.

Boaters looking to take advantage of Palm Beach County’s beautiful waterways are invited to come to the show by boat and tie up to free Come-by-Boat docks, which will be located south of the in-water displays near Fern Street.

For maps and more information about parking and transportation, visit ShowManagement.com.

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Where to Park or Dock at the Palm Beach International Boat Show? Here’s information about Palm Beach Boat Show Parking & Transportation for this year.

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