MIAMI — Among the events at last week’s Miami boat shows was a gathering hosted by Show Management and the Florida Yacht Brokers Association on nearby Watson Island, where a superyacht marina is taking shape that will increase the footprint of the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach next year.
MIAMI — The Ferretti Group’s annual press conference at the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach sent the message that three years after a Chinese commercial machinery company acquired the Italian yacht builder, it is emerging on an equal footing with competitors.
MIAMI — Hatteras Yachts said at the start of the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach that it formed a partnership with Vessel Vanguard in which all new buyers will receive five years of complimentary protection service from the boat systems monitoring software manufacturer.
MIAMI — FLIR Systems hosted industry insiders on an evening cruise Wednesday, the eve of the Miami boat shows, to introduce new marine consumer thermal imaging and sonar technology.
HARTFORD, Conn. — After many years with the same layout and same look, the 46th annual Hartford Boat Show, a four-day event at the Connecticut Convention Center that ended Sunday, had a new look and new energy.
On the heels of its seventh meeting, the Recreational Boating Leadership Council, born of the Great Recession, is beginning to produce tangible results in its mission to benefit the industry.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Gate attendance fell slightly at the Providence Boat Show, but organizers today attributed the decline to a quiet New England winter that suddenly awakened with several inches of rain-soaked snow on Saturday and the promise of a blizzard sweeping through the region tonight and tomorrow.
NEW YORK — Early indicators suggest that the new dates for the Progressive New York Boat Show are having a positive effect on attendance, exhibitors said Thursday, the second day of the 110-year-old show, which continues through Sunday at the Javits Center in Manhattan.
More than two dozen manufacturers were honored for innovation and craftsmanship with AIM Marine Group Editors’ Choice Awards.
Fifty years is a long time to do anything, especially the business of building boats — and through at least six recessions and an ever-changing economy.