Nashville Boat & Sportshow 
Anchors at Music City Center 
Jan. 19–22 4

Make a summer splash with four days of the best deals on hundreds of the latest-model boats and accessories, educational opportunities, and fun 
for the whole family!

The Progressive Insurance Nashville Boat & Sportshow, Tennessee’s premier boating event, is bringing a taste of summer to Nashville’s Music City Center with four days of nautical fun Jan. 19–22. This year’s show has over 90,000 square feet of boats, accessories, educational opportunities and fun for all ages and experience levels.

Spectators will be able to view and board hundreds of boats from the region’s top dealers, plus take advantage of show specials on the latest marine accessories and electronics.

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will be on hand with everything you need to know about the outdoors, boating and fishing. They will also offer Boater Education Class Certification on Saturday, January 21.

In addition to presenting the latest in personal watercraft, runabouts, fishing boats and luxury yachts, the Nashville Boat & Sportshow is well known for its commitment to education and conservation. Educational opportunities will abound this year as well.

Popular classes and presentation include Fred’s Shed DIY and interactive workshops on owning and maintaining a boat to the all-new Paddlesports 101, introductory workshops on the outdoor fitness craze that’s sweeping the nation. New and seasoned boaters will enjoy testing their skills at the Power Squadron Boating Simulator.

Children 10 and under will enjoy free catch-and-release fishing in the popular trout pond. Attendees of all ages will enjoy trying their hand at virtual fishing on the Progressive Flomotion, or competing for prizes in trivia contests and other games while onboard.

The Progressive Insurance Nashville Boat & Sportshow is produced by the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA), the world’s largest producer of boat shows and the leading association representing the recreational boating industry. NMMA-member companies produce more than 80 percent of the boats, engines, trailers, accessories and gear used by boaters and anglers throughout the United States and Canada. The association is dedicated to industry growth through programs in public policy advocacy, market statistics and research, product quality assurance, and promotion of the boating lifestyle. For more information, visit