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.

Industry networking event planned for Lauderdale

The Marine Industries Association of South Florida and BoatShowHotels.com are hosting a marine industry networking event Oct. 8 at the W Hotel in Fort Lauderdale. The event will offer “sips and bites,” compliments of the W Fort Lauderdale, hand and arm massages from the Bliss Spa and Boat Show Hotel information from Show Management’s official…more

Fort Lauderdale meeting to review marine industry issues

Fort Lauderdale commissioners will hold a special meeting Monday to discuss the marine industry, one of the city’s most important economic drivers. The purpose of the meeting is to review the state of the industry and ways to ensure its economic vitality in the city, the Sun Sentinel reported. Part of the discussion will be…more

Schedule changes made for Fort Lauderdale show

The Marine Industries Association of South Florida, the group that owns the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, announced some schedule changes. The MIASF made the announcement Monday in tandem with the International Superyacht Society, show producer Show Management, SeaKeepers and the Superyacht Builders Association, all stakeholders in the show, changing the dates of events that…more

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Sandy who? FLIBS shrugs off storm impact

Two-day brush with squalls was the only thing that prevented a true ‘blowout show,’ says producer Staying true to their can-do spirit, organizers of the bellwether Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show were rewarded for persevering through two days of Hurricane Sandy’s wind and rain with solid attendance buoyed by a fair and sunny weekend. “All…more

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Honoring boat and achievements

The first AIM Marine Group Editor’s Choice Awards recognized the industry’s best of the best The editors and writers of Active Interest Media’s Marine Group recently selected more than three dozen boatbuilders for special recognition. The awards were among 42 given for individual achievement and for best boats in their categories during a banquet at…more

Lauderdale show boosted by weekend attendance

Weekend attendance at the 53rd annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show was “near record-breaking,” according to show organizers. The show wrapped up on a high note with sunshine and warm weather after some stormy weather during the first two days of the five-day event. “We were selling boats during the hurricane Thursday and Friday,” Intrepid…more

Greenline hybrid wins AIM award

Greenline’s 40 Hybrid received an Active Interest Media Editor’s Choice Award. The builder was recognized Oct. 26 at a gala at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Greenline said that with the AIM Green Award the European Greenline was once again recognized as a green philosophy leader in the boating world. It has also received…more

FLIBS 2012: Innovation abounds in Lauderdale

The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show wraps up today, and it’s a good thing because I’m exhausted after climbing onto dozens of boats and attending press conference after press conference. The industry had a lot to show us this year – innovative boats and products that should lure the customers back. Here are some examples…more

FLIBS 2012: AIM presents Marine Group Awards

The Active Interest Media Marine Group Editor’s Choice Awards were held Friday night at the W Hotel, with Madame Annette Beneteau-Roux taking home the Lifetime Achievement Award and Robert C. Arzbaecher, CEO of Actuant Corp., receiving the Good Samaritan Award. The event, which had been scheduled for Nova Southeastern University’s Center of Excellence for Coral…more

FLIBS 2012 VIDEO: Bombarded with new boats

New boats are back in town. Builders came to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which began Thursday, armed with more truly new models than we’ve seen in several years. During the recession boatbuilders modified existing designs — redesigning deck and cabin layouts or adding flybridges — and presented them as “new” boats. Show goers…more

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