CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NEWPORT FOR NEW PRODUCTS WINNERS
The 2018 Newport For New Product (NFNP) winners includes Best Sailboat, Powerboat & Product, Edson Awards & more. Click here to view all of the last years’ winners and entries. And, be sure to check the website for this year’s line up in mid-July as well as take note of the NFNP decals and burgee’s on the docks and in the tents identifying what’s new and innovative in the marine industry as well as the winners of this program.
NEWPORT WOODEN BOAT SHOW
Running concurrently with the Newport International Boat Show, the second annual Newport Wooden Boat Show will take place at the Bowen’s Wharf Ferry Landing Marina and the Newport Brokerage Boat Show will take place at the Newport Shipyard. No additional ticket is required to attend either of those two shows and water taxi service is available from show to show. For more information, visit Bowen’s Wharf or Brokerage Boat Show.
The Newport International Boat Show offers convenient parking at Easton’s Beach in Newport. A parking pass is $25 per vehicle with continuous, complimentary shuttle service to and from the boat show site (only 1.5 miles). Parking passes may be purchased online only when ordering show tickets which go on sale in June.
AFTERNOON SAILING EXCURSIONS
aboard the 200 ft. Tall Ship SSV Oliver Hazard Perry offered during the boat show.
Or, take a deck tour on Sunday!
America’s newest educational tall ship will be docked at Fort Adams State Park.
For more info and to register, click here.
AVOID TRAFFIC – FERRY SERVICE NOW OFFERED FROM POINTS NORTH AND SOUTH
If you are coming from points south – park in Jamestown, RI and take the Jamestown/Newport Ferry to the boat show. The ferry drops off and picks up at Perrotti Park which is walking distance to the show. For schedule and fares, click here.
Additionally, Seastreak offers Providence to Newport Ferry service to Perrotti Park. The ferry schedule and fares can be found here.
NEWPORT FOR NEW PRODUCTS (NFNP) – Check out what’s new and innovative!
Last year’s show included a powerful line-up of new boats and products making their US debut, and for some- their world premiere. Last year’s line-up of NFNP entries is on our website but check back soon as this years will be on our website in mid-July and be sure to take note of the NFNP decals and burgee’s identifying each entry as you walk the show.