New York Boat Show

The Progressive Insurance New York Boat Show, held annually in January, is the oldest boat show in the nation. The four-day event features everything from yachts and cruisers to bass and pontoon boats, and from canoes and kayaks to fishing boats and personal watercraft. It also has marine electronics, engines and fishing gear.

Show goes on despite Sandy’s effects

NEW YORK – The New York Boat Show faced the additional task of opening slightly more than two months after Hurricane Sandy devastated the tri-state area. “It affected our setting up the show because we weren’t getting calls and commitments from exhibitors,” show manager Jonathan Pritko said. “And we had to be very sensitive about…more

Exhibitors optimistic at New York show opening

NEW YORK – Strong and steady attendance at the Progressive Insurance New York Boat Show started with the line of patrons waiting for the doors of the Jacob K. Javits Center to open at noon Thursday. “The traffic has been unbelievable for a Thursday afternoon,” said Christian Brabender, a yacht specialist with MarineMax in Lindenhurst,…more

New York Boat Show opens today

The Progressive Insurance New York Boat Show opened this morning at the Javits Center in Manhattan. The show runs through Sunday and provides post-holiday deals on boats that include luxury motoryachts, sportfish cruisers, performance boats and sailboats, and marine accessories. Show highlights include: • Scuba dive by day and paddleboard by night: The new Dive…more

New York boat show returns in January

The 2013 Progressive Insurance New York Boat Show will take place Jan. 3-6 at the Javits Center, providing post-holiday offerings on everything from luxury motoryachts and sport fishers to performance boats, sailboats and thousands of marine accessories. Beyond the best in boating, the world’s first and longest-running boat show offers fun for the whole family,…more

New York show reports drop in attendance

Attendance was down 10 percent at this year’s Progressive Insurance New York Boat Show, which ran Jan. 4-8 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, according to show producer National Marine Manufacturers Association. The NMMA said it is attributing the drop to unseasonably mild weather and the New York Giants playoff game on Sunday afternoon…more


Steady crowds boost New York Boat Show

A new year brought renewed optimism among dealers at the Progressive Insurance New York Boat Show, the first show of 2012. After a walk on the floor of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan shortly before the show opened its doors on Friday, NMMA president Thom Dammrich said the mood among vendors was…more


Crowds come out for New York show

NEW YORK – Mid-January dates, a shorter show, decent weather and improving consumer confidence all contributed to a New York Boat Show that surpassed the expectations of exhibitors and organizers. The 105th New York show took place Jan. 20-24 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. This year’s show was a shift from the usual…more

Winter boat show roundup

The 57-foot Nordhavn that brought Newport, R.I., filmmaker and adventurer Sprague Theobald through the Northwest Passage last summer will be on exhibit Jan. 29-Feb. 6 at the Seattle Boat Show. The vessel, named Bagan, voyaged through the seas of the Arctic Circle as Theobald and his crew left Newport June 15 to make their way…more

New York show returns with January dates

The New York Boat Show returns to the Jacob K. Javits Center early next year with new dates – Jan. 20-24. With the return to the traditional time slot and $2 off advance e-tickets through Jan. 19 at the show Web site, organizers hope to generate more interest and attendance. For the last several years,…more

New York show dates moved to January

After seven years, the New York National Boat Show is moving out of its holiday dates and back to its traditional timeframe, the National Marine Manufacturers Association announced. The 105th annual show, which is changing from nine days to five, will take place Jan. 20-24, 2010, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New…more

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