What You'll Get
Americans have always been determined to blaze new trails, whether wading through the waist-deep layer of tumbleweed covering Arizona or hacking through the petrified forest of national flags on the moon. Gear up to conquer the final frontier, the ocean, with today’s Groupon to the Third Annual Indian River Nautical Flea Market and Seafood Festival, held 9 a.m.–6 p.m. on January 21–22 at the Indian River Fairgrounds in Vero Beach. Choose between the following options:
- For $7, you get two one-day admissions (up to a $14 value).
- For $12, you get four one-day admissions (up to a $28 value).<p>
At the Third Annual Indian River Nautical Flea Market and Seafood Festival, a two-day event, boat enthusiasts and lovers of all things nautical explore vendor and seafood stands and attend demos and seminars. Stroll through Indian River Fairgrounds and scope out displays of marine-themed art and new and used fishing or boating equipment, including rods, kayaks, and lures flavored like medium-rare worms. A public boat auction on Sunday, Jan. 22, draws bids on more than 100 watercrafts, which attendees inspect the day before during a preview on Saturday, Jan. 21. An antique boat show recalls seafaring days of yesteryear, and workshops and seminars waterlog neurons on nautical topics. Live reggae and island-style music wafts through the air during the festival’s duration, and patrons crunch into toothsome seafood to remind themselves of love for the sea and quests to eat every inch of it.
Though the Third Annual Indian River Nautical Flea Market and Seafood Festival advertises a discounted rate online, this Groupon still represents the best deal available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 3rd Annual Martin County Nautical Flea Market & Seafood Festival
The balmy April air seems warmer as sonic webs of reggae and island music weave their way throughout the Martin County Fairgrounds. Backed by a laid-back symphony of live steel drums and vocals, visitors to the third-annual fete wend through merchant stalls and scope out displays of marine-themed art and new and used fishing or boating equipment, including rods, kayaks, and lures flavored like medium-rare worms. A public boat auction draws bids on new and used watercrafts, while an antique boat show recalls seafaring days of yesteryear. A host of sage boating and fishing gurus helm workshops and seminars throughout the festival, waterlogging attendees’ neurons with nautical topics. To prevent growling stomachs from interrupting precious boat-gazing time, festival chefs whip up toothsome seafood to remind eaters of their love for the sea and quests to eat every inch of it.