The 25th annual Palm Beach International Boat show kicks off today in downtown West Palm Beach on the newly revamped West Palm Beach waterfront. The $30 million waterfront, a 12.5-acre site with a large, open green, an events pavilion and native vegetation, was unveiled last month. The Palm Beach International Boat Show is one of the top boat shows in the country.
The 2010 Palm Beach International Boat show features 20% more exhibitors than the previous year and more than 500 boats in the show from 8-foot inflatables, power boats, fishing boats, center consoles, bow riders, personal watercraft to mega yachts. Exhibitors also will showcase marine accessories, fishing equipment, personal watercraft, an exotic car showcase and even clothing and jewelry. Bring the kids along for free fishing clinics, fashion shows and family-fun entertainment.
Marine dealers and manufacturers will be onsite offering their best deals at the show for boats of all sizes-mini to mega. There will be a greater number of larger yachts than last year’s show, which will be displayed along Flagler Drive and the Intracoastal Waterway between Banyan and Fern streets in West Palm Beach. In all, more than $300 million in new and brokerage vessels and marine-related merchandise will be for sale.
Atlantic Yacht and Ship will be featuring a variety of their luxury yachts:
108 Sunseeker Predator 2008 “Demolition”
72 Sunseeker Predator 2006 “Pastabilities”
90 Sunseeker Yacht 2007 “Allison”
56 Viking Sportfish 2005 “Giggling Marlin”
65 Pacific Mariner 2002 “Northstar”
Come visit Atlantic Yacht and Ship at Ramp 2, Slips 231-235. Additional details about the show are available by calling (800) 940-7642 or visiting Show Management’s official website.