MIAMI INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW PARKING INFORMATION
Courtesy shuttle buses will run between all locations including the park and ride at the American Airlines Arena from one hour prior to show opening through one hour after show close daily. Daily parking at the American Airlines Arena is $10.
New this year, courtesy Water Taxi service is available between the park and ride at the American Airlines Arena, Sea Isle Marina & Yachting Center, and Strictly Sail Miami at Miamarina at Bayside from 10am - 6 pm daily.
Driving Directions to Park and Ride Facility »
Valet Parking is available on a first come, first served basis at the Miami Beach Convention Center for $20.00 per day. The valet drop-off is located on Washington Avenue at the Fillmore Theater (also known as the Jackie Gleason Theater) entrance.
Parking Locator and Shuttle Bus System
Shuttle Bus Map
Additional Parking Locations (with easy access to the Miami International Show)
- Drive to the American Airlines Arena and park for a daily maximum rate of $10.00, then ride the FREE Water Taxi to the Sea Isle Marina & Yachting Center or Strictly Sail at Miamarina at Bayside. Water Taxi service is available from 10am - 6 pm daily.
- Drive to the American Airlines Arena and park for a daily maximum rate of $10.00, then ride the FREE Miami International Boat Show & Strictly Sail Shuttle Bus to the Sea Isle Marina & Yachting Center, Strictly Sail at Miamarina at Bayside or the Miami Beach Convention Center. Shuttle Buses run continuously one hour prior to show opening through one hour after show close daily.
- Drive to the City of Miami and park in any public lot or garage within walking distance to the American Airlines Arena. Ride the FREE Miami International Boat Show & Strictly Sail Shuttle noted above. Follow this link to the City Parking Map with public parking rates and hours of operation: https://www.miamiparking.com/maps/ProximitySearch.asp
- Drive to the City of Miami and park in any public lot or garage convenient to a Metro-mover Station (see parking locator map link above). Ride the FREE Metro-mover to the Adrienne Arsht Center/Omni Station and walk across the street to the Sea Isle Marina & Yachting Center at the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay. Follow this link for the Metro-mover Station map: http://www.miamidade.gov/transit/mover.asp
- Park at the Minute Park garage located at N.E. 15th Street and N.E. 2nd Ave., a short 4 blocks walk to the Sea Isle Marina & Yachting Center at the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay. The daily maximum rate is $15.00.
- Park at the Omni Garage located across the street from the Sea Isle Marina & Yachting Center at the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay. The daily maximum rate is $30.00.
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW TRANSPORTATION
Electrowave and free shuttle bus service connect the show locations with more than 15,000 parking spaces, including a park-and-ride facility at the American Airlines Arena where visitors can park for $10 per day. Shuttle busses run continuously from one hour prior to show opening until one hour after show closing.
At the Miami Beach Convention Center, buses drop off passengers at the main entrance on Washington Avenue and pick up passengers at the west side of the outdoor patio on Meridian Avenue.
At the Sea Isle Marina & Yachting Center, the passenger drop-off and pick-up station is located at the main entrance by the Marriott on North Bayshore Drive.
At Miamarina at Bayside, shuttle buses pick up and drop off passengers at the show entrance located on the water’s edge in front of the Hard Rock Café.
South Florida Regional Transportation Authority/Tri-Rail (800) TRI-RAIL (874-7245)
South Florida Regional Transportation Authority/Tri-Rail is South Florida’s premier commuter railroad, operating seven days a week from 18 train stations along a 72-mile rail corridor and serving all three international airports.
Miami-Dade Public Transit
Miami-Dade operates an accessible, integrated system of 100-plus Metrobus routes, an elevated 22-mile Metrorail and a Metromover. For more detailed information on route schedules, hours of operation, a transit map, fare information and to plan public transit itineraries, visit the Miami-Dade Public Transit website listed above.
Metrobus offers countywide service from Miami Beach to West Miami-Dade and from the Middle Keys to the southern portion of Broward County. All buses are wheelchair accessible. In addition, Metrobus connects with Metrorail and Metromover. With over 1,031 buses, 107 Metrobus routes travel over 41 million miles per year. Several routes operate 24 hours a day.
Download the Metrobus Map
Route 123 South Beach Local
For a Metrobus shuttle fare of $0.25, take the South Beach Local bus.The bus route loops from: South Miami Beach,
Ziff Jewish Museum, Washington Ave., Jackie Gleason Theatre, 17th St., City Hall, Meridian Ave., Holocaust Memorial, Dade Blvd., Bay Rd./20th St., Lincoln Rd., West Ave., South Shore Hospital, Alton Rd., Miami Beach Marina
Miami-Dade County’s 22-mile elevated rapid transit system, Metrorail runs from Kendall through South Miami, Coral Gables and downtown Miami, to the Civic Center/Jackson Memorial Hospital area and to Brownsville, Liberty City, Hialeah and Medley in Northwest Miami-Dade, with connections to Broward and Palm Beach counties at the Tri-Rail/Metrorail transfer station.
The 22 accessible Metrorail stations are approximately one-mile apart, providing easy access for bus riders, pedestrians and passengers dropped off and picked up. Parking is available at 19 Metrorail stations, including the new Palmetto Station.
Metrorail runs from 5 a.m. – midnight seven days a week. Trains arrive every six minutes during weekday rush hours, every 8-10 minutes at midday, and every 15-30 minutes after 6 p.m. until closing. Weekend service runs every 15 minutes until approximately 8 p.m., then every 30 minutes until closing. Download the Metrorail Map
Metromover is a free automated people-mover system that links many of Downtown Miami's major office buildings, hotels and retail centers and the Brickell business district. Metromover has two loops: a downtown inner loop and an outler loop. For easy travel around central downtown Miami, use the inner loop. Metromover cars serving Brickell and Omni alternate on the outer loop.
Both loops run from 5 a.m. to 12 a.m. (midnight) seven days-a-week. Trains arrive frequently.
Download a Metromover Map
Broward Public Transit (954) 357-8400
Of Broward's more than 1,200 square miles, Broward County Transit provides service to 410 square miles within Broward County. BCT buses connect to Palm Beach County and Miami-Dade County transit systems and to Tri-Rail. For more detailed information on schedules, hours of operation, a transit map, fare information and to plan public transit itineraries, visit the Broward County Transit website listed above.
Broward County Transit's (BCT) community bus service is designed to increase the number of destinations within city limits that residents can access through public transit. All community buses connect to BCT fixed routes and are wheelchair accessible and equipped with bike racks. Broward Transit Bus Map and Schedules
Palm Beach Public Transit (561) 841-4287
Palm Tran runs seven days a week (excluding holidays) serving more than 3,500 bus stops. For more detailed information on schedules, hours of operation, a transit map, fare information and to plan public transit itineraries, visit the Palm Tran website listed above.
Palm Beach Public Transit Map and Schedules