Christmas Boat Parade - Cape Coral's Holiday Boat A Long features a parade of beautifully decorated boats that you've just got to see!
The fun goes from 4-10PM and the date is December 19 for 2015.
Located at Four Freedoms Park on Cape Coral Pkwy, the festival has food, Christmas music, and a visit from Santa Claus along with the parade.
You can also watch as the boats line up in Bimini Basin for the parade which first passes by the park's beach before heading down various canals in South Cape Coral. It must be amazing to be able to watch the boats go by if you live on one of those canals, but if not, you can have a front seat at the park!
They have a few bleachers set up in front of the beach, but bring your own chairs if you can to make sure you have a place to sit, there's plenty of room.
The parade finally starts at 7PM with fireworks and it is a sight to behold!
Each boat is covered in lights, which shimmer all their colors on the water ......... it looks absolutely spectacular and very festive.
It starts with paddle boats, and then boats of all types and sizes cruise by the park's beach.
Some of the boats have Santas, elves, and any number of costumed characters, and some boats blast Christmas music.
Some boats pick themes ....... like tropical palm trees, or Disney characters, or just beautiful designs with lights.
The crowd joins in by applauding and whooping as their favorites go by, as you can see in the video below:
It's put on by Cape Coral Parks and Rec. To register to be in the boat parade, contact Sea Tow at (239)549-0558, to perform at the festival call (239)573-3121, and for more information call (239)573-3123.
Get into the Christmas spirit Florida-style and go to this Cape Coral boat parade, make sure you take the time to fit it in with your holiday festivities .......... it's a lot of fun!
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