Leaders, economists project solid sales growth over the next three years and maybe beyond...more
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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.
The 27th annual Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach wrapped up on Presidents Day following five days of blissful South Florida weather.
The 23rd annual Dubai International Boat Show opens today with 430 boats worth $272.5 million and runs until Saturday at the Dubai International Marine Club in the United Arab Emirates.
The Palm Beach Marine Flea Market and Boat Sale will be held on Saturday and Sunday at the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach, Fla.
The International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades, better known as ICAST, earned three top rankings on Trade Show Executive Magazine’s annual Fastest 50 list.
The Fred Hall Long Beach Show opens at the Long Beach (Calif.) Convention Center and Arena on March 4 and runs through March 8.
The Marine Equipment Trade Show said companies that plan to exhibit this fall can still get an early-bird discount of 15 percent if they book space by March 1.
Overall attendance at the Providence Boat Show was down 7 percent, but organizers attribute the drop to the New England winter rather than a lack of enthusiasm among buyers and sellers.
The annual Hartford Boat Show launched into its 46th year with new dates and a new look.
NEW YORK — Attendance at this year’s New York Boat Show was up 19 percent (to slightly more than 34,000) and exhibitors attribute the increase to an improving economy and more favorable dates for the January show, now in its 110th year.
The 2015 Miami International Boat Show will be remembered as the last before two of the three venues are relocated to a newly constructed hub on nearby Virginia Key for the show’s 75th anniversary next year.