The Palm Beach International Boat Show is one of the top five boat shows in the country. Held annually in March, it features more than $1 billion worth of boats, yachts and accessories from the world’s leading marine manufacturers.
Show features $1.2 billion worth of yachts.
The show will have yachts on display up to 300 feet LOA.
The Palm Beach International Boat Show reported a 7.5 percent increase in attendance, and the number of new and used boats for sale rose 6 percent.
Organizers said overall attendance exceeded the 2016 show by 14 percent.
The Spanish-built Minorca Yachts line will debut in the North American boating market this week.
The project, featured on Ship Shape TV, involves the full renovation of a neglected 27-year-old Pursuit 2650.
Show Management’s new owner will share its vision for growing the international boating and yachting sector.
Vicem Yachts said its all-new Classic 46 IPS will make its world debut at the March 23-26 Palm Beach International Boat Show.
Fairline Yachts said the Squadron 53 will have its U.S. debut at the March 23-26 Palm Beach International Boat Show.