Cannons Marina will be invading St. Armands Circle on Saturday, October 25th and Sunday, October 26th, bringing out the best-of-the-best in boats for the 2014 St. Armands Boat Show! Grady-White and Southwind Boats, all with Yamaha motors, will be displayed in the middle of “The Circle,” making St. Armands Circle, the weekend’s perfect family-fun destination.
Lucile Miller, Cannons’ co-owner, is a fan of St. Armands Circle, but even more-so when boats are involved. “It’s always been a great destination for shopping and dining, but with the addition of world-class boats that we’ll be bringing, there’s no place I’d rather be,” says Lucile.
Two members from our Sales Team, Andrew White and Marcel Kasten, will be on-hand at the event to present the Grady-White and Southwind Boats and answer any questions visitors may have. Andrew White reveals which boat he thinks will be one of the event’s show-stoppers: “The Coastal Explorer is Grady-White’s newest model and is being recognized as the new industry standard for versatility. This is a solid, seaworthy 25 foot boat with true world-class fishability.” In addition to the Grady Coastal Explorer, other boats that will be appearing at the show include the Grady-White Freedom series and the Southwind Boats Hybrid series 20 and 26.
After perusing the great boats on display, St. Armands Circle offers plenty of shopping and ambiance that compliment the boating lifestyle. Andrew White points out, “You might want to browse the marine collection of the Wyland Gallery, or shop the wide options of boat shoes at the Sperry Topsider store.”
St. Armands Boat Show 2014 sponsored by Cannons Marina
October 25th and 26th, 10am – 5 pm
The St. Armands Boat Show takes place in the St. Armands Circle Park that is located in the middle of the St. Armands Circle restaurants and shops, where Blvd. of the Presidents and John Ringling Blvd. meet. To reach St. Armands Circle from I-75, take Sarasota Exit #210 (Fruitville Rd) then go West on State Rd. 780 to St. Armands Key. Go over the Ringling Causeway to St. Armands Circle.