There’s nothing like watching 4th of July fireworks from a boat. From Tampa to Naples, some of our favorite celebrations are back, so check out our list of boat-friendly fireworks displays happening all down our coast!
For boats that can navigate the Imperial River, Star Spangled Bonita in Riverside Park includes sunset fireworks.
Fireworks kick off after dark over the Manatee River near the Green Bridge downtown.
City of Cape Coral Red White & Boom fireworks start at 9:30pm and will be visible from the Caloosahatchee River.
The fireworks begin around 9pm over Blind Pass Beach and can be seen from anywhere along the Lemon Bay Intracoastal Waterway.
Freedom Fest in downtown Fort Myers will launch fireworks after sunset from Lofton Island that can be viewed from the Caloosahatchee River.
Fort Myers Beach
Times Square fireworks begin at 9pm and will be visible from Matanzas Bay and the Gulf on the north end of the island.
The City of Naples show begins at 9pm with fireworks launching from a barge just north of the Naples Pier.
Freedom Fest at Laishley Park culminates with a firework display over the Peace River beginning at 9pm on July 3rd.
Fireworks begin over Sarasota Bay around 9pm, so anchor in the bay for best vantage point.
If you’re heading in via the Gulf or ICW, find a spot near Crescent Beach for the fireworks display scheduled to begin around 9pm.
The 9pm fireworks display at the St. Pete Pier will be visible from the entire Downtown waterfront.
Boom by the Bay will feature six simultaneous fireworks displays around the bay.
The fireworks begin shortly after 9pm from the South Jetty and can be seen from the Gulf as well as the Intracoastal Waterway.