FORT MYERS, FLA — Sunday is the final day for the 50th Annual Fort Myers Boat Show near downtown Fort Myers along the river district.
More than 500 boats are on display and it's open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Fort Myers boat show was supposed to take place back in November but it had to be canceled because of Hurricane Ian.
It began on Thursday with boats spanning from Centennial Park along the River District and the Convention Center.
There's also an educational tent called "Know before you go" with local captains on hand to teach you some basics when out on the water here in Southwest Florida.
The show averages more than 15,000 throughout the weekend.
Tickets are 18 dollars per person and can be purchased online or at the gate.