Palm Beach show set for March

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The Palm Beach International Boat Show will return March 20-23 to downtown West Palm Beach, Fla.

Now entering its 29th consecutive year, the show will feature more than $1 billion worth of yachts, boats and accessories, including hundreds of boats ranging from small inflatables and center consoles to fishing boats and superyachts larger than 200 feet.

With panoramic views of Palm Beach Island, the show attracts buyers and sellers from around the world.

In addition to the expansive display of yachts, boats and accessories, the show features educational activities and special events such as swimwear fashion shows, International Game Fish Association School of Sportfishing seminars and youth fishing clinics presented by Hook The Future, a non-profit organization.

Parking is available within walking distance, and the Palm Beach show also offers free tie-up to the Come-by-Boat docks south of the in-water displays.

The show is owned and sponsored by the Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County Inc., managed and produced by Show Management and sponsored by Lincoln; Budweiser; Gosling’s Rum; Yachts International Magazine; the Palm Beach Post; Palm Harbor Marina; BoatQuest.com; Smallwoods Yachtwear; IGFA School of Sportfishing; Hook The Future; and Geico.

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