The annual Hartford Boat Show launched into its 46th year with new dates and a new look.
Hartford Boat Show
The Hartford Boat Show, held annually in January, features boat and engine dealers, boatyards and marinas, and other exhibitors. It is sponsored by the Connecticut Marine Trades Association and is held at the Connecticut Convention Center.
HARTFORD, Conn. — After many years with the same layout and same look, the 46th annual Hartford Boat Show, a four-day event at the Connecticut Convention Center that ended Sunday, had a new look and new energy.
When the 45th CMTA Hartford Boat Show was held in Connecticut’s capital city Jan. 23-26 amid a wave of bitter cold weather felt from the Eastern Seaboard to the Midwest, vendors saw it as an opportunity to test the market. What most say they found was another measured step toward recovery and whatever the “new…more
Amid another wave of bitter cold weather during a tough winter in the northern climes, the 45th CMTA Hartford Boat Show saw a slight increase at the gate and steady foot traffic through a four-day show that wrapped on Sunday.
The 45th annual CMTA Hartford Boat Show and the 60th annual Baltimore Boat Show start today and will run through the weekend.
The Connecticut Marine Trades Association will hold its initial Young Marine Industry Professionals meeting at 6 p.m. on Jan. 22 in the CMTA Hartford Boat Exhibitor Lounge.
The Connecticut Marine Trades Association is changing the dates of the Hartford Boat Show, beginning in 2015, to avoid conflict with the newly changed dates for the winter New York Boat Show. “Suffering for years with dates starting from Christmas to New Year’s, New York Governor Cuomo issued NMMA dates beginning in 2015 for the…more
The recent Connecticut Marine Trades Association Hartford Boat Show presented by BRP attracted more than 14,000 attendees as it returned to a four-day format. The show, held Jan. 24-27 at the Connecticut Convention Center, included nearly 150 exhibits and more than 300 boats that covered the entire 145,000-square-foot exhibition hall for the eighth year, the…more
The annual CMTA Hartford Boat Show returns today to Connecticut’s state capital. Now in its 44th year, the show opens at 4 p.m. at the Connecticut Convention Center and runs through the weekend. Dozens of local and regional marine trades, services, manufacturers and dealers will be represented at the show, which drew about 12,500 people…more
Attendance was up 10 percent – with about 12,500 visitors tallied – at the Hartford Boat Show, which ran Friday through Sunday at the Connecticut Convention Center. “This has been our best response from the public in a number of years, indicating a positive change in the economy, small as it might be,” said Amy…more