Refit show schedules exhibitor demos

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The 2018 Refit International Exhibition and Conference, which will be held on Jan. 10 and 11 at the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, will feature free company demonstrations.

Attendees are invited to any of the show’s live workshops, which will be held hourly on both days. Exhibiting companies will demonstrate products and take questions.

Admission is free to all registered attendees.

Companies doing demos include Advanced Mechanical Engineering; Awlgrip; Culinary Convenience; Interlux; Island Marine Electric; Telemar; ThrowRaft; and World Panel Products.

Click here to see the full schedule.

The show is entering its third year. With the rise in refit work internationally in the past decade, the industry has been innovating to make older yachts new again.

At the refit show, professionals are sharing ideas and seek to improve the refit process.


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