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PBIBS is in the starting blocks

The Palm Beach International Boat Show (PBIBS) will take place in Florida from 21 to 24 March. According to the organisers, around 600 companies will be exhibiting there.

The expected 55,000 trade visitors will have the opportunity to see more than 800 boats. The event will be held on Flagler Drive in downtown West Palm Beach, directly opposite the Intracoastal Waterway on Palm Beach Island[ds_preview].

PBIBS established since 1982

Since 1982, the South Florida boat show has become a leading event in the boating and marine industry and an economic engine for the Palm Beach community and the tri-county area, organisers say. An analysis of the 2022 boat show found that the event had an estimated total economic impact of more than $1.05 billion on the entire state. With over 55,000 visitors attending the show in previous years, it contributed to a total revenue of over $725 million dollars.

This year’s boat show offers visitors, exhibitors and the entire community an unforgettable event with more than $1.2 billion worth of yachts and accessories, including hundreds of boats ranging from 8-foot inflatables to superyachts nearly 300 feet in length. From VIP experiences to AquaZone, there will be activities for all ages and adventurous lifestyles, organisers announced in advance of PBIBS.

The Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County and Informa Markets organises the Palm Beach International Boat Show.

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