Schooner Creek Boat Works will be bringing a 2022 37’ Invincible catamaran powered by quadruple Mercury 300hp Verado outboards to the show. Schooner Creek is also known for its custom rigging and boat building expertise and will be bringing a Seakeeper gyroscopic stabilizer that “virtually eliminates boat roll” in swell or at sea.
KEM Equipment Co., a local (Tualatin) inboard engine manufacturer, is bringing two new engines to the show. An LT4 and LSX. The LT4 is a 6.2L supercharged engine that generates 650hp. The LSX is a fuel-injected marinized, big block 454.
Sundance Yachts is bringing the Jeanneau NC 1095 Flybridge to the Portland Boat Show. It’s 34′ of luxury boating that’s perfect for NW boating excursions. Beautifully appointed and detailed you’ll find this stunning flybridge in their booth.
Pacific Boatland will be selling and displaying the largest offering of Lund Boats, a popular aluminum fishing boat, ever to be shown in Portland. Given the difficulties with inventories this past year, this is a real opportunity for fishing boat shoppers. They’ll have models from 12’ to 20’.
Stevens Marine will have its usual huge display of fishing and pleasure boats but most notable are the Starcraft deckboats which is a new style of boat for the Northwest that’s really taken hold the past couple of years.
River City Marine is bringing a full display of Bennington pontoon boats. All of the boats at the show will be available for sale. These are gorgeous, high-end pontoons. This style of boat has made significant inroads into the Northwest over the past decade.
Stevens Marine will also have Mercury Outboard motors for sale at the show in 75hp, 90hp, 115hp and 150hp. All of these outboard models have been in scarce supply and hard-to-find.
Luxury Sport Marine is showcasing new Tige, ATX and Sanger models, all-popular wake, surf and ski boats.
Sheffield Propeller are the resident propeller experts you can tap for prop repair, new propellers and advice on what’s best for your boat. They’ve been a local boating institution since 1956. Big or small these are the folks to talk to about boat props.
Mini jet boats make their debut at this year’s show with Torch Craft Marine. These exciting little inboard jet adventure boats are similar to the New Zealand sprint boats that skim quickly through shallow water.
Royal Marine will have an Antares 7 (shown) and Flyer 8 on display. These are small (24’6”LOA and 26’10”LOA respectively) fiberglass cruisers/pleasure craft that are beautiful representations of optimizing interior space for comfort and boat design for rough water applications.
Efoils have exploded onto the Portland boating scene. They made their debut at the 2020 show and their popularity has grown at leaps and bounds. Electric-powered with an easy-to-charge onboard cell, they have a run time of about an hour a charge. You’ll find these exciting new boards at Active Water Sports.
Black Point Marine will have a nice selection of high-end HLX RIB inflatables including: 12’, 12’4”, 14’7” and 17’6” models. All are available for sale.
Next Adventure has 1,250 square feet of display space filled with Hobie and Bonafide kayaks. Kayaks, especially fishing kayaks, have exploded onto the local boating scene this past decade and Next Adventure has plenty of inventory for the show…check them out!
There will be pre-owned boats at the show. The third hall, Hall C, has been reserved for these boats, and we understand there’s going to be a pretty good selection coming to the show.
There’s a 2-for-1 ticket discount coupon available on the website ($15 value). This coupon must be used at the Expo Center to get the discount. Regular adult admission is $15 (without the discount).
Free parking is available Wednesday, Thursday and Friday after 5PM. This is a $12 value.
*This list is subject to change without notice. Changes in the list will not result in a refund at the sale.
DUE TO INVENTORY AND SHIPPING DATES, NOT ALL OF THESE BRANDS MAY BE SHOWCASED DURING THE EVENT.
THIS LIST DOES NOT INCLUDE USED/PREOWNED INVENTORY OF THE ON SITE DEALERS.