The world’s largest in-water boat show still intends to go on in October. The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, a.k.a. FLIBS, is proceeding with AllSecure, a set of health and safety standards developed by its organizers with federal and local officials, among others. Set for October 28 to November 1, FLIBS spans seven locations.
La Datcha is among several megayachts that you can visit as part of an invitation-only VIP event at Amels. In a first for the shipyard, it’s hosting an intimate, boat-show-like showcase, the Amels and Damen Yachting Private View 2020. From September 17 to 19, about 10 megayachts spanning the traditional Amels offerings, the SeaXplorers, and
The 30th edition of the Monaco Yacht Show, originally set for September 23 to 26, will have to wait. Similar to most large events globally, concerns about COVID-19 drove the decision by Informa, the exhibition company behind it. In a statement, Informa indicates it’s held “constant discussions with stakeholders and partners.” It wanted to gain
Despite more than two dozen exhibitors declining to participate due to COVID-19 concerns, the Monaco Yacht Show remains on schedule. In fact, the show producer states it intends to hold a smaller, not-for-profit event. The idea is to help the yachting industry recover from the virus’ economic impact. Therefore, the Monaco Yacht Show remains set
UPDATE, JUNE 17, 2020: The Mediterranean Yacht Brokers Association (MYBA) is joining the Superyacht Builders Association and others in pulling out of the show. Comprised of charter brokers, MYBA says “we believe that the circumstances are simply not favourable.” It adds that the decision follows input from members “and has received its strong support.” Read
UPDATE, APRIL 27, 2020: The Palm Beach International Boat Show is going virtual with more than 430 exhibitors. You will be able to “shop” for items ranging from marine gear to megayachts, as well as tour hundreds of new and used boats while connecting directly with builders and brokers. To making navigating easier, a virtual