For the third year, the Palm Beach Marine Flea Market and Seafood Festival will take place over the weekend at the South Florida Fairgrounds. Around 200 nautical-themed vendors will be offering a variety of items for your every boating need.
From February 10-12, shoppers and guests will be able to view and purchase a wide variety of nautical items including boating equipment, engine parts, boating apparel, diving equipment, antiques, maps, furniture, nautical artwork, jewelry, marine artifacts, floating docks and more. Those looking to sell or purchase a boat or watercraft can head to the Boat Corral where private sellers and boat dealers will be on hand, separate from the Marine Flea Market, providing a convenient location for negotiations and browsing. To show your boat over the entire weekend it will cost you $45 and there will be a selection of trailer boats that range from 18 ft to 35 ft. Alternatively, there is a Public Boat Auction on Sunday featuring more than 100 boat repossessions, short sales, dealer trades and private liquidations for sale.
Event promoter Larry Burdgick said, “The South Florida Fairgrounds is the perfect venue since it’s right in the heart of Palm Beach County. They offer the space we need along with great parking for our guests.”
Musical entertainment and food vendors will be on hand throughout the weekend providing guests with items such as lobster rolls, clams, oysters and more.
The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the South Florida Fairgrounds located at 9067 Southern Blvd. Admission is $7 but children under the age of 12 can come in for free.
Source: Sun Sentinel