Upcoming Palm Beach International Boat Show to showcase a diverse range of yachts
With the American boat buying market one of the biggest in the world, USA-based boat shows are a hugely important part of the annual yachting calendar and the Palm Beach International Boat Show is no exception. Now in its 32nd year the show, held from 23 – 26 March 2017 at Florida’s West Palm Beach, is ranked as one of the top five boat shows in America and pairs a diverse fleet worth more than $1.2 billion with a wide range of the best and latest yachting equipment. This popular event, which typically attracts affluent buyers, is the last of the key boat shows held in Florida ahead of the main American boating season which begins on Memorial Day.
A show fleet of more than 50 superyachts will include nine yachts presented by IYC, with IYC flagship Martha Ann sure to be a must-see as the second biggest yacht on display. A large number of the IYC team will be available at IYC’s centrally located stand with the company’s fleet [find out more here] ranging from 19.2m (63ft) Victorian Rose all the way up to 70.1m (230ft) Martha Anna, ensuring plenty of choice in both size and style for all buyers.
A truly international event the show welcomes a wide range of yachts from leading builders around the world including Europe and America. In addition to the opportunity to view such a diverse and exciting fleet the show is also widely respected thanks to the presence of a large number of the superyacht industry’s leading experts and figureheads.
With the main show stretching for more than a mile down Palm Beach’s beautiful Flagler Drive, the 2017 edition will feature the exciting addition of a new superyacht marina at the highly respected Rybovich Marina. Providing the perfect environment for discerning buyers to view the largest superyachts on display away from the activity of the main show, a service of private tenders will ferry guests to and from the main show to the superyacht marina in the utmost comfort.
For a closer look at the IYC fleet on display at the Palm Beach International Boat Show, and in wider Miami, please click here, or to arrange a meeting with one of IYC’s expert team please contact the IYC office most convenient to you. IYC has offices in the Bahamas, Fort Lauderdale, Newport, Nantucket, St. Maarten, Monaco, Greece, Croatia, Barcelona, Montenegro and Malta. To contact an IYC office click here.