Updated:
Original:

Strictly Sail Pacific sells out hall space

Space is sold out in the new indoor exhibitor hall and adjacent area for the Strictly Sail Pacific sailboat show, which runs April 15-18 in Oakland, Calif.'s Jack London Square.

"We are extremely pleased by the high level of exhibitor support for Strictly Sail Pacific," show producer and Sail America executive director Jonathan Banks said in a statement. "Strictly Sail Pacific continues the encouraging trends from some of the recent winter shows. We are pleased with the very positive exhibitor response and are, in fact, adding new exhibit space to accommodate anticipated last-minute requests for space."

There is still limited space available in the in-water section of the show, organizers said.

In other news, the Sail America's seminar series saw a big increase in overall attendance at Strictly Sail Chicago and Strictly Sail Miami compared with previous years. More than 100 seminars will be presented at Strictly Sail Pacific.

Click here for the full release.

Related

‘A Phenomenal Success’

The Southampton International Boat Show had more than 88,000 visitors during its 10-day run, after last year’s cancellation.

TopSide Marinas Makes First Two Acquisitions

Founded in January 2020, the firm has thus far acquired Beavers Bend Marina in Oklahoma and Galveston Yacht Basin in Texas.

Two Boosts for Boating and Fishing

MBIA’s Metro Boat show show draws a crowd, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service expands boating and fishing opportunities.

Norwalk Boat Show Held This Weekend

The NMMA show runs through Sunday at Norwalk Cove Marina in Norwalk, Conn.

Raritan Expands Team

Patrick McNeel joins the New Jersey-based manufacturer as a marine equipment product developer.

Industry Mourns Walter “Bing” Burns O’Meara

The longtime publisher of Lakeland Boating magazine has died at 81.

NMMA Announces Hall of Fame Inductees

Regulator Marine’s Joan Maxwell and Bill Watters of Syntec Industries will be honored at IBEX.

Brunswick Acquires SemahTronix

The supplier of wiring harnesses and other electrical assemblies will be part of Brunswick’s growing Advanced Systems Group.