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Palm Beach International Boat Show opens on March 28


The Palm Beach International Boat Show will take place on March 28-31, 2019. The 34 edition is ranked as one of the top five boat shows in the country. Organizer Informa said it will have more than $1.2 billion worth of yachts and accessories. The boats on display will range from 8-foot inflatables to superyachts of nearly 200 feet in length. Nearly 100 brands will be represented.

The show will also have free youth fishing clinics by Hook The Future. The IGFA School of Sportfishing will also have 14 seminars during the show that will include instruction on both offshore and inshore fishing. The show also has a Windward VIP Experience that includes a hospitality area, concierge and indoor and outdoor lounge seating.

The show will also have a brokerage section that includes superyachts like Oceanco’s 169-ft. Lazy Z, Abeking & Rasmussen’s 197-ft. Excellence V, Feadship 193-ft. Minderella, and dozens of other brokerage yachts.



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