Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, held annually in the fall, is the largest in-water boat show in the world. It covers six locations and more than 3 million square feet of space. The boats and other vessels on display include runabouts, sportfishers, high-performance boats, center consoles, cabin and express cruisers, sailing yachts, motoryachts, catamarans, trawlers and extraordinary superyachts.

FLIBS 2015: Parents of lost teen advocate EPIRB law

FORT LAUDERDALE — The parents of 14-year-old Austin Blu Stephanos, who was lost at sea with a friend July 24 in a squall off Jupiter, Fla., are working with two Florida lawmakers to introduce a bill that would give boaters an annual 25 percent discount on their boat registration fee if they own a properly…more

FLIBS 2015: Pininfarina unveils design for 279-foot yacht

FORT LAUDERDALE — Celebrating its 85 birthday, Pininfarina — the Italian design firm that has made Ferarri, Alfa Romeo and Maserati automobiles synonymous with high styling — unveiled drawings for the 279-foot, or 85-meter yacht Ottantacinque (85 in Italian) on Friday at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

FLIBS 2015: Zodiac Nautic president maps out brand’s revival

FORT LAUDERDALE — Zodiac Nautic, the world’s oldest and largest manufacturer of RIBs and inflatables, said Thursday at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show that the industry and consumers should expect a significant revival of the venerable brand.

Warm, sunny weather greeted visitors today on the opening day of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

FLIBS 2015: ‘Biggest’ show opens under sunny skies

FORT LAUDERDALE — “This is going to be — and is — the biggest Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show ever,” Show Management president Efrem “Skip” Zimbalist III said at today’s press breakfast opening the 56th annual show.

A press conference was held Wednesday at Lauderdale Marina to announce the award of a $20 million contract to dredge the Intracoastal Waterway to a depth of 17 feet from the 17th Street Causeway Bridge to Sunrise Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale. CREDIT: J. Christopher/Marine Industries Association of South Florida

FLIBS 2015: Florida agency awards ICW dredging contract

FORT LAUDERDALE — Expect superyacht captains to breathe more easily with three or four more feet of water under their keels as they make their way up the Intracoastal Waterway to the Bahia Mar and Las Olas marinas for the 2017 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

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