Boat Shows

Shows are perhaps the premier staging site for selling and buying boats. Builders from across the country and around the world deliver their best and newest boats, electronic equipment, engines and supplies to a prime location so boaters can see, inspect and perhaps make a deal to buy them. Whether the location is a glamorous site such as Miami Beach or a small, local venue, shows are where builders and consumers connect.

Exhibitors show faith in Miami show site plans

Despite some early wrenches in funding renovations at the Miami Marine Stadium, where the Miami International Boat Show announced it will be located in 2016 and 2017, some exhibitors have faith that the issues will be resolved in time for the show.

Taylor Made Products national sales manager Mike Hauser said an improved economy gives the industry an opportunity for a strong 2015.

Kellogg Marine show capitalizes on industry upswing

Poor spring weather slowed the start of the season in the marine industry, but if the Kellogg Marine Dealer Trade Show is an accurate barometer the industry is finishing 2014 strongly and building momentum for 2015.

AIM Marine Group Editors’ Choice Awards

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Bill and Bob Healey, Viking Yachts BEST DOWN EAST CRUISER 30-39 feet: Back Cove Down East 37 40-49 feet: Hinckley T43 50 feet plus: MJM 50z BEST PASSAGEMAKER 30-39 feet: Mainship 37 40-49 feet: North Pacific 49 50-59 feet: Fleming 58 60-80 feet: Marlow 62E 80-100 feet: Outer Reef 860 CPMY 100…more

METS reports attendance boost

A record number of 21,086 visitors were welcomed by 1,358 exhibitors at the Marine Equipment Trade Show, which wrapped up at the Amsterdam RAI Convention Center on Thursday.

MDCE hands out exhibitor awards

Chaparral/Robalo and Wet Sounds won Best In Show awards during the 2014 Marine Dealer Conference & Expo, which wrapped up Wednesday in Orlando, Fla.

MDCE 2014: Volvo Penta debuts new sterndrives with GM engines

ORLANDO, FLA. — Volvo Penta’s new 200- and 240-hp sterndrive engines made their first public appearance at this week’s Marine Dealer Conference & Expo, which wrapped up Wednesday. The 200/240, which are 4.3-liter V-6 catalyzed engines, are the first of a fleet of sterndrives that use General Motors Gen V engines.

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