51st Annual Upstate Boat Show Returns to Greenville Convention Center

Increased safety protocols implemented to create a safer experience

Greenville, SC – Start planning for summer at the lake at the 51st Annual Upstate SC Boat Show at the Greenville Convention Center from Thursday, January 28 through Sunday, January 31. This event is one of the largest in the state and features a vast array of boats and boat dealers. Come experience all the boating lifestyle has to offer, complete with the newest recreational boats, fishing boats, ski boats, collectors’ antique boats, personal watercraft, kayaks and paddle boards.

Whether you are an entry-level buyer or a boat aficionado, the Upstate SC Boat Show includes everything needed to enjoy time on the water, from boat basics to the latest in products and technology including boat navigation, docks, and information on boating safety and fishing equipment.

“The Upstate Boat Show is one of few happening in the region this year,” said John Wilusz, general manager of the Greenville Convention Center. “We are thankful to be a resource for our exhibiting boat dealers, many of which are small businesses, to help increase sales while providing a venue for people to find the perfect boat to create memorable experiences on the water with their families and friends.”

The 2021 Upstate SC Boat Show schedule is:
• Thursday, Jan. 28: Noon - 9 p.m.
• Friday, Jan. 29: Noon - 9 p.m.
• Saturday, Jan. 30: 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
• Sunday, Jan. 31: Noon - 6 p.m.

Tickets prices are $7 for adults and $6 for students (ages 7-18) and seniors (ages 60+). Children 6 and under are admitted free, making the show affordable for families to enjoy. Parking is $5.

The health and safety of attendees is a top priority. Masks are required for all attendees, vendors and staff and hand sanitizer stations will be readily available. Greenville Convention Center will have masks available if needed.

For more information on the boat show, visit www.UpstateSCBoatShow.com.


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