Miami International Boat Show

The Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show, held annually in February, is Florida's largest annual event. It takes place at the Miami Beach Convention Center, the New Yacht & Power Boat Show at Sea Isle Marina and Strictly Sail® at Miamarina at Bayside and features more than 3,000 boats and 2,000 exhibitors from all over the globe.

Appeals court rejects challenge to Miami show

The Progressive Miami International Boat Show won a key battle in its long-running legal dispute with Key Biscayne on Wednesday when Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal upheld a state environmental permit allowing the construction of a massive temporary marina at Virginia Key.

Miami show rebrands annual breakfast event

The National Marine Manufacturers Association said it rebranded its All-Industry Breakfast during the Progressive Miami International Boat Show to the Innovation Breakfast.

Miami show details added features for 2017

The Miami International Boat Show is releasing more details to upgrades planned for 2017, including a new yacht and “VIP experience,” an expanded in-water section, and beefed up transportation.

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Some ‘fine tuning’ for the Miami show

The Progressive Miami International Boat Show is buying additional docks to expand its in-water presence in 2017, as well as beefing up public transportation to and from the show site in an effort to ease long lines. The event is scheduled for Feb. 16-20 at the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin.

Organizers of the Miami International Boat Show on Virginia Key are adding docks for the expanding in-water portion of the event. The show also will add triangles at intersections to help traffic flow better.

NMMA will boost use of water taxis at Miami show

The Progressive Miami International Boat Show is increasing the number of water taxis taking show visitors to and from Virginia Key by more than 47 percent next year in an effort to ease long lines and meet the high demand for water transportation.

The walk from the tents to the docks at Virginia Key was pleasant, and the view of the Miami skyline was spectacular.

Success on Virginia Key

MIAMI — It was an epic undertaking.When the National Marine Manufacturers Association announced in 2015 that it was going to move the million-square-foot Progressive Miami International Boat Show from the Miami Beach Convention Center to an island that had nothing on it except a decrepit marine stadium that hadn’t been used in decades, many seemed…more

Report says most used mass transit for Miami show

A report on the 2016 Miami International Boat Show’s transportation plan said 80 percent of visitors traveled to the show without their cars and Miami commissioners say that’s proof Miami residents can change the culture of using cars to get everywhere.

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