Nautical Ventures AquaZone



Returning for the 8th year in a row, is the world famous AquaZoneTM... bigger and better than ever before. The AquaZone is an exciting and engaging attraction designed to give boat show-goers an upfront and personal experience with a variety of water sports and innovative marine products. The AquaZone’s 420’ x 160’ demonstration area is located in-water between F docks and G docks. It’s a show within a show! 


Dates & Hours – October 28th – November 1st.

The AquaZone is open the same hours as the boat show. Demonstrations start one hour after the show opens and end one hour before the show closes.


Show Location – In-water between F Dock & G Dock, Red Zone


Featured Brands:


Bote Stand Up Paddle Boards

Crystal Kayaks

Flite Foil Boards

Hobie Kayaks

NautiBuoy Marine Platforms

Ocean Kayaks

Red Shark Water Bikes

Schiller Water Bikes


Tiwal Inflatable Sailboat

Torqeedo Electric Motors

Whaley Boats

Yujet Electric Surfboards 



New Model Launches & Design Reveals for most all of the above

Water Bike Races – Schiller vs. Red Shark

Pedal Kayak Tug of War

And now for something a little different… a boat dealership that caters to a different boating community. One that is made up of year-round boaters, both fresh and saltwater, inland, coastal, and oceanic boating, that cruise a wide variety of waterscapes including international territories, with a very wide mix in how their boats are used. From full-time liveaboards, to island hopping escapees, to weekend warriors, from inland freshwater to offshore pelagic fishing – even extreme fishing from kayaks, from small ski boats to some of the world’s largest hyper-yachts, South Florida is home to it all.  

Nautical Ventures supports a boating culture that’s tightly woven into a tropical lifestyle, and homeport to more big yachts than any other place in the world. These yacht owners own multiple, smaller vessels and also require tenders and yacht toys.  

Nautical Ventures was created to fill the needs of the South Florida boater by an owner who himself lives aboard an 84-foot expedition yacht and has sailed around the world, 42,000 nautical miles over 13 years, with just his wife, two dogs, and a monkey.