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.

Annual Miami boat sale returns in June

The Miami Boat Sale is set for June 17-19 at the Miami Beach Convention Center. The sale will feature more than 100 new and late-model, used boats from more than a dozen of the area’s top boat dealers. Models for sale will include center consoles, walkarounds, bowriders, flats boats, cruisers, bay boats, jet boats and…more


Taking in the show at full throttle

From Raymarine to Seven Marine, there was plenty to take in – on the water and at the convention center For two days, I hustled around the Miami International Boat Show, covering press conferences, conducting interviews, snapping pictures and even doing some video work. I attended more than a half-dozen events where new boats and…more


Turning up the heat in Miami

Organizers and exhibitors saw the 2011 edition of the bellwether show as a sizable step forward If builders and dealers were looking for a boost heading into the important spring selling season, they generally got it from the Miami International Boat Show. Not only was attendance up 14 percent, but many agree that show-goers seemed…more

Builders buoyed by Miami show results

Many builders are reporting positive results from the Miami International Boat Show, Strictly Sail Miami and the Miami Yacht & Brokerage Show, all of which ran Feb. 17-21. Here are some of their results: Marquis Yachts announced a record-setting Miami Yacht & Brokerage Show today. Confirmed contracts during the show include 15 yachts sold, including…more

GE survey shows industry seeing signs of recovery

According to survey results released today by GE Capital, Commercial Distribution Finance from the Miami International Boat Show, more than one-third of respondents (38 percent) expect sales to increase as much as 5 percent in 2011, and 54 percent said that the best time for dealers to increase inventory levels is now. “The marine industry…more

Miami attendance jumps 14 percent

Attendance was up 14 percent at the 2011 Miami International Boat Show, which closed Monday. The National Marine Manufacturers Association, which produces the show, reported 104,168 attendees this year, versus 91,415 in 2010. Strictly Sail Miami, however, was down 8 percent compared with 2009 – the last time it was held as a stand-alone show.…more

VIDEO: A minute in Miami

Couldn’t make it down to the Miami International Boat Show this year? No problem – Soundings Trade Only was there to take it all in for you. {flv}miami_timelapse{/flv} Click play to watch a video tour through the Miami Beach Convention Center and see the latest boats and engines on display. The Miami show and Strictly…more


MIAMI: Ranger Tugs builder launches new line

MIAMI – Fluid Motion, the designer and builder of Ranger Tugs, is at the Miami International Boat Show for the East Coast debut of Cutwater Boats, its new line. The first two boats in the lineup – the CW26 and CW28 – are trailerable and powered with a single Yanmar diesel. Designed by Fluid Motion…more

MIAMI: Innovation Award winners announced

Twelve marine products were honored today for innovative achievement by the National Marine Manufacturers Association and Boating Writers International at the 70th annual Miami International Boat Show & Strictly Sail Miami. The Innovation Awards recognize products that best meet the following criteria: innovative distinction from other products being made; benefit to the marine industry and/or…more


MIAMI: NMMA president says ‘worst for boating is behind us’

MIAMI BEACH – The 70th annual Miami International Boat Show opened this morning on a high note, with expectations that the industry will see improvements in 2011 and that the dark days are behind it. “We have been here before and we have come out of it,” Thom Dammrich, president of the National Marine Manufacturers…more

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