WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Organizers of the 2014 Palm Beach International Boat Show say overall attendance increased by 3.1 percent from last year.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — I was surprised by the number of rigid hull inflatable boats in the 20- to 40-foot range — both open and pilothouse versions — that were on display at the Palm Beach International Boat Show.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A Canadian company that monitors ATM machines and heavy machinery launched a boat-monitoring system with smartphone alarm capabilities.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Active Interest Media’s marine group announced Thursday night that the company will again hold its Editor’s Choice Awards competition this year to recognize the best in powerboats based on design, innovation, technology and imagination. “We really want these awards to stand for something,” Bill Sisson, editor of three of AIM’s…more
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — The number of new boats in the water is up 12 percent from last year at the 2014 Palm Beach International Boat Show, Show Management CEO Efrem “Skip” Zimbalist III told about 75 members of the media today on the first day of the show.
New boats with new and useful features sell. That notion seems to be ringing true at SeaVee Boats in Miami.
With a suite of new products across its Simrad, Lowrance and B&G brands, Navico aims to increase revenue this year by nearly 200 percent.
A new mapping technology from Navico serves as another example of the industry’s growing effort to make the boating experience mobile, with data that can be taken to and from the boat and disseminated through social networking.
Gyroscope stabilization has emerged as one of the fast-growing technologies on today’s recreational boats. Designers and boatbuilders are now creating spaces for the gyro installation during the planning stages of boat design. “With every boat we draw now, we have to have a planned space for [a gyro stabilizer],” said designer Michael Peters, owner of…more
MIAMI — Riviera Yachts introduced two new vessels at the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach and CEO Wes Moxey said the Australian company added 30 employees as business has strengthened.