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  • 2022 Boating Season Save-the-Dates

    2022 Boating Season Save-the-Dates


    By: | Date: March 18, 2022

    Top Boating Days for 2022

    With spring right around the corner and daylight savings under our belt, it is just about time to dust off your boat shoes and stock up on sunscreen because peak boating season is amongst us. We’ve outlined the best boat day celebrations this year that are guaranteed to be a blast. Mark your calendars and get ready for some fun with family and friends. Check out our 2022 Boating Season save-the-dates below.


    March 20, 2022: First Day of spring

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    Sunday, March 20th kicks off the first day of spring and the unofficial start to many future boat days. Warmer temperatures begin to develop, allowing for the perfect boat day setting whether you choose to fish or cruise the waterways. Spring break also takes place during this time for many schools, which permits families to plan extended excursions to places such as Key West, The Bahamas, and the Florida Gulf Coast. Mark your calendars and spring into boating fun.

    Now is the perfect time to schedule routine maintenance, or for those that do not reside in Florida, to de-winterize your boat. De-winterizing may include tarp removal, checking the engine, refilling the cooling system, checking pumps and thermostats, inspecting cables and hoses, checking batteries, and more.


    May 28-30: Memorial Day Weekend – 2022 Boating Season

    Memorial Day weekend is one of the most popular times for boating and seeing it’s a federal holiday, many people get to enjoy it. From special tributes to celebrations, many boaters across the U.S pay remembrance to all those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Memorial Day Weekend also marks the unofficial start to summer for boaters across North America, which means more traffic out on the water. Check our Memorial Weekend boating tips and safety guidelines to make the most out of your holiday and summer season.


    June 4-12: National Fishing & Boating Week

    Take Me Fishing — a branch of the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation — organizes National Fishing & Boating Week to encourage seasoned anglers and boaters to share their love and knowledge for the water with the younger generation and increase participation. Since its inception, the main goal of this week in June has been to collect funds through arranging fun recreational activities for fishing and boating enthusiasts. The funds go towards protecting our national waterways and supporting the local fisheries. This week is also meant to bring together all fishing and boating enthusiasts to learn about new fishing spots and destinations to organize their next adventure on the water. This year, take the opportunity to plan a day on the water, arranged by the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation. Check out our interactive boating and fishing map to find the best spots near you.


    June 21: First Day of summer

    Tuesday, June 21st marks the first day of the summer solstice for 2022. The longest day of the year makes a great day to be out on the water, soaking up the rays or reeling up a fresh catch. Or, switch it up and try your hand at some of the top yachting activities while onboard.


    July 4: Fourth of July

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    America’s national party falls on a Monday this year, the perfect opportunity to pull the boat out for a spectacular day or weekend on the water; moreover, ending it with an astounding Fourth of July firework display. While the July 4th holiday is notorious for being one of the busiest days on the water, it is also one of the best. If you plan to take the boat out on this day, prepare to get an early start and pack lots of water, sunscreen, and food; once you’re out on the water, you won’t want to leave, as boat ramps and attractions fill up fast. As always, practice safe boating, and most of all have fun! Check out some boat day ideas, holiday recipes, and safety tips while celebrating the Fourth of July on a boat.


    September 3-5: Labor Day Weekend

    This long holiday weekend marks one of the last long weekends before the end of summer. There is no better way to celebrate the American worker like yourself than by spending the day surrounded by family and friends aboard.  Plan a BBQ, grab the water toys, and enjoy your day on the water.


    December Boat Parades: 2022 Boating Season

    The month of December is notorious for Christmas boat parades in the warmer parts of the country. Boat owners decorate their vessels top to bottom in lights while blasting music and dressing up in holiday attire to showcase their Christmas spirit. Typically, these events have a large audience, which makes for all the more fun. Celebrate the holiday cheer by displaying your best light show on the water this year.


    Additional Boating Season Save-The-Date: Stay up-to-date on all the latest events, boat shows, and premiere fishing tournaments for your enjoyment by visiting our events page.


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