You'll see more than 300 boats on 2 levels that took 2 days to load in.
"This has just become a phenomal show," says David Heimes, show manager. "This is our 31st year, and the products just keep getting fancier and shinier every year."
Like the biggest and priciest boat in the building that sleeps 6 people, has stainless steel appliances, and a $12,000 joystick steering option!
But there are also plenty of boats and fun stuff for your average Joe.
"Well, we have the best water here," says Heimes. "People come from states and states around just to be on the Finger Lakes and Great Lakes, and we take our boating very seriously up here."
They've even been getting calls from people along the coast that were affected by Hurricane Sandy.
A portion of every sale goes to help a good cause.
"We've always done here," says Heimes. "So this year Camp Good Days and Special Times is our official charity, and they are going to be downstairs, so I suggest you stop down and take a look."
There's also a wine tasting on Thursday and Friday night from 5:30 to close.
It may still be a few more months before you can actuallly get into the water, but in the meantime, you can head down to the Convention Center and have a ball!
For more information, click on the link: http://www.rochesterboatshow.com/