Superyachts, Supercars and Sun: The Palm Beach International Boat Show
More than $1 Billion in yachts, boats and marine accessories will be taking over Palm Beach, Florida from March 23-26th for the 32nd annual Palm Beach International Boat Show. Some of the world’s premier super-yachts including Lurssen’s 230′ M/Y Martha Ann, Codecasa’s 214′ M/Y Double Down and Trinity’s 191′ M/Y Skyfall will be on display in addition to many others.
Show Management, the same company responsible for the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, Yachts Miami Beach, Suncoast Boat Show and St. Petersberg Power & Sailboat Show also runs the Palm Beach International Show which is one of the top 5 largest boat shows in the United States.
In addition to the plethora of super-yachts, small boats and dinghys on display show-goers can expect to peruse a vast selection of nearly all imaginable marine accessories to accompany their yachting needs. Apparel manufacturers, marine electronics brands and accessories will be available for demo and purchase. The Palm Beach International Boat Show isn’t limited to yachts, boats and marine accessories either; in true luxury fashion there will be a selection of exotic super-cars available for purchase from brands such as Lamborghini.
Beyond the myriad of luxurious boats and cars available for purchase there will be a variety of educational seminars for kids and adults alike covering topics ranging from boat handling to fishing. The classes will offer educational opportunities for new boaters and experienced captains alike.
To aid in the exploration of everything the Palm Beach International Boat Show has to offer Show Management has created a mobile app called “My Boat Show” to provide show-goers with the ability to search boats by size, type and manufacturer. In addition to the application there are maps provided at the show’s website detailing the parking and exhibitor layouts.
Daily admission tickets for adults are on sale for $22 while tickets for children ages 6-15 cost $12. Children under 6 years old are allowed to enter the show for free.