Strictly Sail 2013 | Navy Pier

Eyes to the horizon, sailors and landlubbers of Chicago!

The Strictly Sail Chicago Boat Show is shoring up at Navy Pier in Chicago from January 24 – 27, 2013. The show, held in Navy Pier’s Festival Hall A & B will be open 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday, and from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday.

The Midwest’s only and the nation’s largest indoor “All-Sail” boat show is a must-attend event for all sailors and has become one of Chicago’s favorite boat shows.

Why? Because the 2013 Strictly Sail Chicago Boat Show offers more boats, more gear, more seminars, and more fun than ever before!

More Boats, Gear, Seminars and Fun than Ever Before!

This four-day sailing extravaganza features the latest and greatest the sailing industry has to offer. You’ll find the latest boat designs and their designers, the newest sailing gear and the experts that use it, accessories and hardware from the industry’s top suppliers, and the most up-to-date charter information from around the world, all from more than 250 exhibiting companies.

The Strictly Sail Chicago Boat Show is a resource for learning and fun!

Sailors of all ages and abilities declare the Strictly Sail Show “the sailing event” of the year. In addition to all the great boats on display, this year’s activities include a full schedule of hourly seminars from the most renowned sailors in the world, live music by sailing’s favorite entertainers, great prize giveaways, and special events for every attendee.

Enjoy Navy Pier in Chicago and Save on Parking!

Additionally, Navy Pier offers restaurants, shops and fun filled activities to fill every sailor or landlubber’s day. Make it a day trip or, better yet, make it a weekend getaway. Strictly Sail Chicago promises to deliver an experience that you’ll talk about until you return next year.

Save on parking at Navy Pier! Seasonal parking rates are in effect through March 17. Save 25%-60% in the Navy Pier Garages, located at 600 E. Grand Avenue!

One Response to Strictly Sail 2013 | Navy Pier
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    February 27, 2014 | 2:25 pm

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