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: New Discover Boating campaign debuts

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. – The next phase of the Discover Boating campaign reaches out directly to boaters and asks them to get personally involved in growing boating. “Welcome to the Water” is an invitation from boaters to non-boaters to join them on the water and see what the boating lifestyle is all about. And once…more

MIAMI: GE Capital says it’s committed to the industry

MIAMI BEACH – Jeff Malehorn, president and CEO of GE Capital’s Commercial Distribution Finance, didn’t mince words when talking about his company’s dedication to the marine industry. “Look at our actions,” he said. “We are completely committed. We’re putting our money where our mouth is and we’re completely committed to this industry.” Malehorn was part…more

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MIAMI – VIDEO: Trade Only holds industry roundtable

MIAMI BEACH – Soundings Trade Only held its annual roundtable with industry leaders Wednesday prior to today’s opening of the Miami International Boat Show. The wide-ranging, nearly two-hour conversation included discussions of the danger of pricing the middle class out of boating, innovation in products versus the need to keep pricing under control, the proposed…more

Friday panels in Miami feature Trade Only

Soundings Trade Only is participating in two panel discussions on Friday at the Miami International Boat Show. Boating Writers International will present “The Future of Marine Journalism” at 8:30 a.m. in room B-115 of the Miami Beach Convention Center. The panel includes John Burnham, editorial director at YachtWorld.com and Boats.com; Tim Cole, executive vice president…more

Miami show opens Thursday, with Trade Only reporting

The marine industry heads south this week for one of its largest U.S. events – the Miami International Boat Show – which runs Thursday through Monday. About 2,000 exhibitors are expected at this year’s show, and the National Marine Manufacturers Association is hoping to attract 100,000 people or more. Along with Strictly Sail Miami, the…more

South Florida boatbuilders survive cutbacks

South Florida’s boatbuilding industry was hit hard by the recession, but remains a vital part of the region’s economy. No one can say exactly how many builders are operating in the region or how many have left the state or gone under in recent years, the Miami Herald reported. The National Marine Manufacturers Association estimated…more

Miami show unveils mobile app

The 70th annual Miami International Boat Show & Strictly Sail, running Feb. 17-21, launched the Miami International Boat Show & Strictly Sail App on iPhone and Android. “With the number of smart phones expected to exceed 1 billion and mobile Internet usage expected to surpass desktop usage by 2013, the next natural step is for…more

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Will Miami catch the wave?

Exhibitors at the marquee boat show can’t wait to greet consumers who seem ready to spend With many recent boat shows reporting upticks in attendance and leads, exhibitors and organizers of the Miami International Boat Show have every reason to think the 2011 event should meet or exceed expectations. “Leading into the boat show season,…more

A more hands-on approach for visitors

The Miami International Boat Show/Strictly Sail Miami is more than a boat show. It’s an experience, with attractions designed to educate, entice and excite. One of the most heralded new features is the Discover Boating Resource Center. It was tested at the Tampa (Fla.) Boat Show, and based on positive results there, show manager Cathy…more

Trade Only featured in two Miami boat show panels

Soundings Trade Only is participating in two panel discussions Feb. 18 at the Miami International Boat Show. Boating Writers International will present “The Future of Marine Journalism” at 8:30 a.m. in room B-115 of the Miami Beach Convention Center. The panel includes John Burnham, editorial director at YachtWorld.com and Boats.com; Tim Cole, executive vice president…more

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