It’s already the world’s largest in-water boat show. Now, the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, nicknamed FLIBS, is getting larger. It’s for good reason, too. Come this October, the event will feature Superyacht Village, a section at Pier Sixty-Six Hotel & Marina devoted to even more of the biggest boats on display, and the companies supporting
If you missed the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, let the boat show come to you. On December 23, the NBC Sports Network is airing a one-hour special about the major sights and sounds. What’s more, the Fort Lauderdale boat show TV special will be available on demand. Film crews were on site at the
The start of the annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) is 21 days away. (If you’re really into countdowns, the show’s hompage has a digital clock ticking away the seconds, minutes, hours, etc.) Entering its 59th year, it’s long been the must-attend superyacht show stateside. Add in new VIP experiences, new international food vendors,
With three months to go before opening day, the organizers of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) have improvements planned to make your time there better. Consider it FLIBS’s fresh approach. In fact, you’ll notice it the moment you arrive. From October 31 to November 4, the main entrance will be farther along Seabreeze Boulevard.
The wee hours of the morning saw the Fort Lauderdale City Commission approve redevelopment plans for Bahia Mar. Over an expected decade, the site will gain reconfigured marina space, plus high-rise apartments, restaurants, shops, and a new hotel to replace the existing one. The plans, unveiled earlier this year, meet the ongoing needs for the
Over the past 58 years, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) has earned a reputation as being the world’s largest in-water boat show. It’s also become a significant superyacht show. While some people claim that megayachts are larger than superyachts, or that superyachts start at 130 feet, pay no attention. The words mean the