Now that it isn’t butting heads with New Year’s Eve, the Progressive New York Boat Show saw attendance leap 21 percent, attracting 43,238 shoppers this year, compared with 35,757 in 2016.
MIAMI — Scout Boats plans to add a 100,000-square-foot plant to its three-factory campus in South Carolina to build the upcoming 53-foot center console for which the company unveiled plans at the Miami International Boat Show. The company also will add a 20,000-square-foot building for product development and engineering, Scout Boats founder and CEO Steve…more
MIAMI BEACH — Exhibitors seemed largely happy with the decision to install gates and charge admission to Yachts Miami Beach, the yacht and brokerage show along Collins Avenue that opened Thursday and will conclude Monday.
MIAMI BEACH — Yachts Miami Beach is a critical show because it’s the one that draws the most international audiences.
MIAMI BEACH — Sea Ray was entertaining its VIP clients on the docks of Yachts Miami Beach Friday night, in part to show off its new L550 — the new addition making its world premiere to the popular L class series — but also to demonstrate the digital switching system that comes with a custom-designed…more
MIAMI BEACH — Sunseeker International, the United Kingdom’s oldest boatbuilder, held a dinner for the media after Yachts Miami Beach on Friday night at STK South Beach to discuss growth and to convey that the company is poised to achieve its five-year growth plans ahead of target.
MIAMI — Despite challenges, boat sales are increasing and are expected to ride the momentum for the coming two years.
MIAMI — New Hatteras Yachts president Kelly Grindle says his timing is good.
MIAMI — Manufacturers have to make the benefits of free trade agreements more apparent.
MIAMI — FLIR Systems announced its new products during a press event on the eve of the Miami International Boat Show, as well as its new logo and tagline, “Simply superior.”