JUPITER, Fla. (SBG/WPEC) - On Sunday, a parade of boats took to the Florida Intracoastal Waterway in a show of support for President Donald Trump.
The boats were en route to the president's beach club and south Florida home, Mar-a-Lago, according to local news outlet WPEC.
Previously, public recreational spaces were closed March 22, but marinas re-opened to the public April 29.
A Facebook event post as well as a allevents.in page stated, the event started at 11:30 a.m. at the Jupiter Inlet.
The posts stated: "Asking every boat to fly your favorite TRUMP flag and USA Flag! Don't miss this event its going to be "HUGE" Lets honor President Trump for all he is doing to "Keep America Great!"
Several news outlets reported that several hundred boats attended the parade. The event organized by Carlos Gavidia, had 906 mark themselves as attending as of Sunday, according to Fox News.
The event caught the attention of President Trump who tweeted his thanks to those that participated in the event.
"Thank you very much to our beautiful “boaters.” I will never let you down!"
The video spins in a circle to show a number of boats on the waterway with the "The Star-Spangled Banner" playing in the background.
Editor's Note: Sinclair Broadcast Group station WPEC contributed to this report.