The last Trump boat parade before the November presidential election happened in Jupiter on Saturday.
Hundreds of boats passed the Jupiter Inlet bridge setting sail to Mar-a-Lago in a show of support for the Commander in Chief.
The parade attracted giant crowds of President Trump supporters eager to look at the boats float by, many of them decked out in Trump-Pence flags and signs.
“We love to vote for him. We hope we win four more years. He will make America beautiful and more successful," said Luong Sunny, who drove from Loxahatchee to participate.
Some police and firefighters also hitting the high seas, showing their support for the president.
“The music they were playing, proud to be an American, it really makes you proud to be an American," said Tom O’Hara, visiting from Virginia. "The guys are really in it and they were really in for the right reasons."
The event led by Carlos Gavidia invited Eric and Lara Trump, former FL Attorney General Pam Bondi, among others. Gavidia's arrest in late August on a felony charge for sending threatening texts to his neighbor who allegedly harassed him over his support for the president did not get in the way.
The race to the white house is heating up, days before the election, both candidates relying on supporters to vote.
“I feel very patriotic, love our country, and totally support Trump," said local supporter Tom Swiatek.
"We came out here because we love Trump, vote for four more years," Luong Sunny added.