Celebrate Christmas the Boat Club Way!

Being a 321 Boat Club member gives you a unique outlook on life. You know who you are: wondering what pair of boat shoes you’ll wear today and always looking for the next nice day to reserve a vessel and hit the lagoon. You’re special in our eyes because you don’t think that Christmas should be any different. For those Boat Club members that don’t take a break from the Indian River, here are a few boat parades happening around Brevard County so you can celebrate Christmas like it was meant to be celebrated, on the water!

Cocoa Beach Christmas Boat Parade

December 12th, 2015 6:00pm

The boats begin lining up around 5:45PM on the south side of 520 and take off from there. You and your family can watch from waterfront restaurants and enjoy the sparkly, salty spectacle. 

Port Canaveral Christmas Boat Parade

December 18th, 2015 7:00pm

Boats embark at the locks and continue past all of the waterfront restaurants to Jetty Park and back to the locks again.

Merritt Island Christmas Boat Parade

December 19th, 2015 6:00

The boats will start at Sykes Creek Parkway Bridge/ Kiwanis Basin and you can watch from there. Keep an eye out for the best decorated boat because that vessel will be getting a prize! 

Grand Canal Holiday Boat Parade

December 19th 2015 6:30 pm

Boaters from the Banana River Sail and Power Squadron line up near the Pineda Causeway and follow the Satellite Beach Police Boat Patrol down the Grand Canal. 

Titusville Holiday Boat Parade

December 19th, 2015

Boats will head out from the Titusville Municipal Marina at 7:00 pm and travel south on the Indian River to Kennedy Point Yacht Club and then return to the starting point. Enjoy from the many waterfront restaurants!

So, enjoy the day on the lagoon in one of our many boats. Fish, float, and relax in the beautiful Florida sun, then after you turn your boat in for its nightly cleaning and maintenance check, head on to one of these boat parades. There’s something magical about watching Christmas lights glide across the Indian River Lagoon.  No matter which one you end up at, we know you’ll have a great time near the water. Here at 321 Boat Club hope that you have a Merry Christmas with your family!