A paid charteryacht show, the Antigua Charter Yacht Show is open to paying Brokers, Sponsors, Vendors, and Press and features superyacht powerboats and sailboats available for charter. Year 2014 is the 53rd year of the Caribbean yacht charter show, and it promises to be even bigger and better. Non-exhibiting vendors may also attend the show, but an applicable attendance fee applies. This year’s show features one day of actual yachting in the Caribbean so that brokers and guests can experience the yachting charter lifestyle.
The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) is an annual event that hosts yacht builders, exotic cars, and superyachts for sale and charter. It is held in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, also known as the “Yachting Capital of the World,” and the public is welcome to attend. There are vendors in attendance selling engines, trailers, and all nautical-related items. Other vendors include exotic car manufacturers featuring the latest and greatest vehicles available to the rich and famous. The Fort Lauderdale Boat Show (Yacht Show) is the place to “see and be seen.”
Five days of exhilarating sailing off the cost of Sardinia, onboard some of the world’s largest sailing yachts. Categories for modern, classic, performance, and cruising vessels give everyone an opportunity to participate and compete. Intense racing is punctuated by cocktail parties and elegant soirees.
The Miami Boat Show is held in Miami, Florida every year. Vendors showcase new yachts and sailboats and powerboats as well as boating items that can be purchased by the public. It’s a festive atmosphere visited by people from around the world who know that Miami, Florida is the Sunshine State and has access to some of the most incredible yachts and boats and equipment available.