After months of opposition that organizers never could have anticipated, the Progressive Miami International Boat Show is gearing up to take place at its new home — the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin — from Thursday through Monday.
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.
Indmar Marine Engines plans to debut its entry into three new segments this week during the Miami International Boat Show.
A letter to the editor in the Miami Herald is lauding the Miami International Boat Show as a potential catalyst that will bring attention to and could eventually lead to the restoration of Miami Marine Stadium, which was shut after Hurricane Andrew hit in 1992.
The Miami International Boat Show will include several boat debuts at its new location at Miami Marine Stadium’s surrounding grounds and basin.
As approximately 100,000 people prepare to visit Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin in February for the Miami International Boat Show, the National Trust for Historic Preservation and Dade Heritage Trust are launching a petition to demonstrate public support for fully restoring the iconic stadium ravaged by Hurricane Andrew in 1992.
The National Marine Manufacturers Association provided additional information on Tuesday about the logistics of the Feb. 11-15 Miami International Boat Show at its new site on Virginia Key.
The National Marine Manufacturers Association and Boating Writers International announced the panel of judges who will evaluate 77 product entries this year for the 2016 Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show Innovation Awards.
It’s finally here. After months of opposition that organizers never could have anticipated, the Miami International Boat Show is gearing up to take place at its new home — the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin — Feb. 11-15.
The ink was barely dry on the last permit needed for the Miami International Boat Show to move to Virginia Key when NMMA president Thom Dammrich made it official at a packed Jan. 14 meeting of the Marine Industries Association of South Florida: “The show is happening,” his slide show said in big, bold letters.
Due to the changes to the Miami International Boat Show this year, the Marine Marketers of America and Boating Writers International are partnering on a joint program from 8-10 a.m. at Feb. 12 at the show’s Waterside Café and VIP Lounge.