About The Show


Cleveland’s downtown North Coast Harbor is set to come alive with boating activity when an expected fleet of nearly one hundred new power and sailboats of all sizes dock for a 3-day special event, Friday thru Sunday, September 13-15.

It’s the all-free Progressive North Coast Harbor Boat Show being staged by the Lake Erie Marine Trades Association (LEMTA) in the shadow of the iconic Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The show boats will take over all the popular transient docks in the appropriately named Rock & Dock Marina that boaters flock to each year to visit downtown Cleveland and all the amenities surrounding this harbor.

This will be the third year for the show that includes dealers from across northern Ohio showing boats ranging from small fishing machines to large cruisers and motor yachts. All the boats will be open for boarding and most will be available for demonstrations rides for qualified buyers.

Dozens of exhibitors can be expected to display major brands, including name like: Boston Whaler, Albemarle and Nautic Star (shown by Clemons Boats); Regulator and World Cat (displayed by Catawba Moorings); Chris Craft, Pursuit, Grady White and Regal (from South Shore Marine); Robalo, Chaparral, Bennington and Crownline (by Boatmasters Marine); Sea Fox (by Beaver Park Marine); Moomba, Nautique and Monterey (Buckeye Sports Center); Jeanneau Sail (Riverfront Yacht Sales), to note a few.