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.

Miami show protest attracts small turnout

An environmental protest to oppose the Miami International Boat Show — which organizers said would draw thousands of people to Virginia Key — wound up with only a few dozen people showing up to wave banners.

Work on the Miami Marine Stadium grounds will be completed in plenty of time for show setup, says Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado.

Full speed ahead for Miami show

Despite hurdles along the way, all cylinders are firing with six months to go until the Progressive Miami International Boat Show stages its 75th production in a new venue Feb. 11-15. The village of Key Biscayne is still fighting plans to hold the show at the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin — filing lawsuits…more

Opponents of the new site say they fear traffic jams on the Rickenbacker Causeway, which connects Key Biscayne and Virginia Key with Miami.

A fight between two neighbors

The manager of the Miami International Boat Show and the city’s mayor say they’re confident the legal controversy surrounding the new venue will be resolved before the scheduled start of the show in February.

Plans move forward for Miami show despite opposition

The Miami International Boat Show is moving ahead on time and on budget, and attendees and exhibitors are expressing confidence that the show will move forward as planned in its new location at Miami Marine Stadium.

Key Biscayne files new lawsuit in Miami show site dispute

Key Biscayne filed a third lawsuit looking to stop the Miami International Boat Show from coming to the Miami Marine Stadium, seeking to stop development of a park that is currently under construction in preparation for the 2016 show.

Mangrove removal adds to Miami show controversy

City of Miami workers illegally removed mangroves from 300 feet of shoreline for the relocation of the Miami International Boat Show, giving ammunition to critics of the move to an area they say is too environmentally sensitive for the event.

U.S. selects Miami show for International Buyer Program

The U.S. Department of Commerce announced this week that the 2016 Miami International Boat Show has been selected for its International Buyer Program — the only boat show selected among 23 trade shows for next year.

Several people who attended a meeting Tuesday of Key Biscayne, Miami and boat show organizer officials sported T-shirts supporting the show’s planned move to Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin, a venue that has been contentious among stakeholders.

VIDEO: Sides fail to agree in Miami show talks

More than 50 supporters of the Miami International Boat Show attended a meeting Tuesday of Miami and Key Biscayne officials and organizers of the Miami International Boat Show as stakeholders tried to come to an agreement about moving the show to the Miami Marine Stadium Marine Park and Basin.

Sides hold meeting to resolve Miami show dispute

Miami commissioners and members of the Key Biscayne Village Council were scheduled to hold a key joint meeting this morning in the hopes of resolving a dispute over plans to host the Miami International Boat Show at the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin.

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