Newport International Boat Show (R.I.)
The Newport International Boat Show is held annually in September on the waterfront along America’s Cup Avenue in Newport, R.I., and is one of the largest in-water boat shows in the country. Hundreds of exhibitors display boats, accessories, equipment and electronics.
The Newport International Boat Show is viewed as a bellwether for the boat show season in the Northeast. The show’s 45th iteration was held Sept. 17-20 at the Rhode Island destination port and again drew a diverse fleet and mix of local and international vendors.
The Newport Exhibition Group, owners and producers of the Newport International Boat Show, said attendance was up this year from 2014 and the first two days of the Sept. 17-20 show brought serious buyers to the Rhode Island event.
The Newport Exhibition Group, owners and producers of the Newport (R.I.) International Boat Show, announced the results of this year’s Edson Awards for Excellence.
NEWPORT, R.I. — The 45th annual Newport International Boat Show was blessed with wall-to-wall sunshine during its four-day run weekend run and dealers’ and vendors’ disposition was equally bright.
The 45th annual Newport International Boat Show starts today in Newport (R.I.) Harbor for four days of events, workshops and displays featuring boats, gear and accessories.
The Newport Exhibition Group, owners and producers of the Sept. 17-20 Newport International Boat Show in Rhode Island, announced plans for the 2015 state-of-the-industry press conference.
A lineup of 25 charter yachts worth a combined value of more than $100 million is on display at the 34th annual Newport Charter Yacht Show, which opened at 10 a.m. today.
The Newport Exhibition Group, which owns and produces the Newport (R.I.) International Boat Show, announced the 2015 At The Helm program for this year’s show.
Sail Newport is auctioning jump-seat and crew spots during the Pro-Am and In-Port races with a Volvo Ocean Race team in Newport, R.I., to benefit the group’s public access sailing programs.
The pessimism of 2009 and ’10 that gave way to cautious hopefulness for the next three years evidently has yielded to honest optimism if the talk on the docks of the Newport International Boat Show can be believed.