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1940 Broadway
Riviera Beach, FL33404

P.O. Box 10576
Riviera Beach, FL 33419

2013 Palm Beach

Holiday Boat Parade

Free to Enter!

$10,000 in Cash & Prizes!

Benefits Toys for Tots!

2013 Parade Winners:

Best of Parade: #1/Blue Heron II/Loggerhead Marina

Under 25′
1st: #31/Always Sandy/Mario Renzulli
2nd: #29/All Good/Joe Budd Maniscalo
3rd: #22/Too Much Fun/David Wiggins

1st: #15/Gettin Tanked/Jerry Oenbrink
2nd: #14/Papa’s Toy/DeWayne Mickel
3rd:#32/Cyber Angler/Colt Jenkins

35′ and Over
1st: #50/Teaser/Chris Fowler
2nd: #35/El Tocho/Ernie LiDonni
3rd: #41/Kara II/John McKinney

1st: #51/Busted Barnacles/Barnacle Busters
2nd: #24/Trident/Marine Industries Education Foundation
3rd: #25/Sea Scout Ship/Sea Scouts


A premier event of the Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County (MIAPBC) and gift to the community, the 2013 Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade kicks off the holiday season this year on Saturday, December 7 with ongoing support from local businesses and municipalities.


19th Annual Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade & 14th Annual Toys for Tots Drive


The parade, led by a Zambelli Fireworks traveling fireworks display navigates up the Intracoastal Waterway from North Palm Beach to the Jupiter Lighthouse with Mo & Sally from KOOL 105.5 as our Grand Marshal’s. The official boat parade after-party will be at Square Grouper!


Saturday, December 7. Parade begins at 6 p.m. and arrives in Jupiter at approximately 8 p.m. Follow @MIAPBC on Twitter for live updates throughout the parade, or follow the parade using the link below.

Boat Parade Tracker

The Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade benefits the U.S. Marine Corps. Reserve Toys for Tots organization. Each year, the MIAPBC has been able to grow the amount of toys collected. This year, we collected more than 10,521 toys for needy children in Palm Beach County. This event collects more toys for Toys for Tots than any other event in the county!

Shirt & Ornament Order Form


Thank You Sponsors! 






Gulfstream Marine A/C and Refrigeration

Harbor of Hope @ The Port of Palm Beach

Leonard Bryant Photography

Murrelle Marine

Exclusive Media Partners:

Barnacle Busters

Bluewater Babes Fish for a Cure 

New Port Cove Marine Center

Schrader Mattress Co.

Town of Juno Beach

Tuppen’s Marine & Tackle

West Palm Beach Fishing Club

Venue Marketing Group

Abaco Cottages


Belle Maison

Best Western Palm Beach Lakes Inn

Boat House Marine


Castaways Sailing Club

Coastal Day Spa

Divers Direct

Dockside Marine Tech

Florida Free Divers

Force E Dive Shop


Gander Mountain

Grand Slam Sport Fishing

Ground Swell Surf Shop


Juno Beach Fish House

Jupiter Pointe Paddling

La Place USA

Land N Sea

Leftovers Cafe

Little Moirs Food Shack

Loggerhead Fitness

Lott Brothers

Marine Electronics Solutions

Mariner Marine

Merritt Supply

MJ Andrew, INC.

Nail Perfection

Nautical But Nice

Noel’s Distributing

Palm Corp Builders

Park Avenue BBQ

Pelican Car Wash

PGA National Resort & Spa

Pettit Paint


Rapids Water Park

Rocco’s Tacos and Tequila Bar

Sailfish Marina

Scuba Works

Seminole Marine Maintenance

Sea Mist III Deep Sea Drift Fishing

Shamrock Jewelers

Skippers Marine

Stingray Fishing Outfitters


The Mane Place

West Marine

Whiticar Boat Works, Inc.

Sponsorship is available and can accommodate every budget! 



Due to weather, winds, tides and currents we cannot predict the EXACT time bridges along the parade route will be going up and down. Here are our best estimates based on past parades.

Parker Bridge

Will open sometime between 6:00 and 6:15. Our permit allows for a 1 hour opening.

PGA Bridge

Will open sometime between 6:30 and 6:45. Our permit allows for a 45 minute opening.

Donald Ross Bridge

Will open sometime between 7:15 and 7:30. Our permit allows for a 45 minute opening.

Indiantown Road Bridge

Will open sometime between 8:00 and 8:15. Our permit allows for a 45 minute opening.

Jupiter Federal Bridge

Will open sometime between 8:15 and 8:30. Our permit allows for a 45 minute opening.