Boat-in Rules & Safety Info
To Guarantee a Safe Event For All
How to prepare before you attend
Sound for the boat-in will be broadcast through FM radio. Make sure your boat has a built in FM radio tuner or bring a battery-operated radio to listen to the event.
Have hand sanitizer and masks available if needed. Masks are not required to be on so long as you are within your boat and 50ft apart from other vessels.
No weapons or illegal drugs allowed.
Anchor lights must be turned on at night while anchored. Running lights or other lights that may effect the viewing experience must be turned off for the duration of the movie.
In the event of severe weather, you will be contacted regarding a reschedule or a potential refund.
In emergency, we will provide a VHF radio channel for any boats to make contact with our staff. Please feel free to reach us at anytime on this channel.
Rules on the water
Your security is our top priority! All boats must abide by the following rules to meet Miami-Dade County Marina Rules:
-Keep your boat 50 feet apart from the others at all times
-Charter vessels (shall not exceed the vessel’s capacity limits, inclusive of crew)
-Passengers (must be boarded before launch)
-No tying up
The exclusive boat-in event will adhere to guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as all state and local public health mandates. Boat-In Movies & Ballyhoo Media has partnered with local municipalities and health experts to establish procedures for staff and guests. Guests and staff will adhere to current CDC and state/local guidelines regarding social distancing as it pertains to the following in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Each ticket admits one boat.
You will only need to purchase one (1) ticket per boat of no more than ten people.
All guests must have the appropriate safety equipment on board including life vests and anchors.
Anchoring is based on a first-come-first-serve basis. The show is expected to be full. Please arrive early. The screen will typically arrive two hours before showtime. After such, boats may anchor around the screens.
Advertised start time is approximate.
Children should not be left unattended.
Shows will go on rain or shine.