COVID Health and Safety Protocol
Progressive® Insurance New England Boat Show®
We are committed to creating a safe, healthy event for all our guests, exhibitors, and staff, following the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center Health and Safety protocols during the show. See the latest updates here.
Proof of COVID Vaccination Required
All people ages 12 and up are required to show proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before entering the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.
Acceptable forms of proof of vaccination:
- a CDC vaccination card
- a digital image of your CDC card
- an image or printout of any official immunization record
- a city-designated app containing a digital image of any official immunization record, or
- another COVID-19 vaccine verification app, including the Clear Health Pass, Common Pass, Key to Boston (Android | iOS), VaxYes, IATA Travel Pass, and the Excelsior Pass.
Face Masks Required
In accordance with the City of Boston, Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, and CDC guidance, any individual who is over age two and able to medically tolerate a face covering is required to wear a mask at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, regardless of vaccination status.
If you have been diagnosed or confirmed to have COVID, display symptoms including cough, fever or runny nose, we ask that you refrain from attending.
To minimize close contact between staff and guests, all ticket sales will be online. Digital tickets will be scanned when you enter the show.
Contactless Exhibitor Registration
New contactless digital mobile exhibitor credentials.
Highly touched and common areas will be cleaned on a regular basis.
Sanitizing stations have been added throughout the convention center for attendees.
New show floorplans will allow for more space to support social distancing and minimize crowd gathering.
Follow Latest CDC, State and Local Guidelines
As updates continue to come in from officials, we’ll continue to update and monitor our practices to ensure the safest and enjoyable boat show experience possible.