The 35th yearly palm beach international boat show, considered one of the best five in the county, will soon be underway, so to speak, in a simple-to-navigate virtual rendition that will be up and running on Thursday.
Because of the COVID-19, the real show which was scheduled this past March was canceled by the show owner, The Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County, Inc, and the producers, Informa markets, due to the well being and safety of staff, partners, exhibitors, members and attendees.
But now, nautical-minded buyers stuck at home and yearning for the open waters, can be they on the lookout for three-hundred yacht, a stand-up paddle-board, or anything float-able in between, can use this latest virtual venue to shop 100’s of boast and the new in accessories and marine gear featured by more than 450 exhibitors, value a grand total of $1.2 billion.
And as a matter of fact, the public is invited to be present at, the celebrity opening of the show, so to speak, because Palm Beach County safe harbor marinas, domestic law enforcement boasts, towing boast, marine shows, and the area boaters plan to sound their boat horns for thirty seconds at 10 a.m. Thursday. Area residents and those who want to watch and listen from the downtown seawall at the public marine will be offered blow horns, while supplies last, and join in-water boasts will be placed between the Palm Harbor Marina and the downtown docks along Flagler Drive.
The “Docks” will spec a series of “Virtual Booths” where exhibitions can pick what engagement and content choices they want to share with attendees. The stage area will feature seminars and fishing presentations led by industry experts. A shopping place will showcase all the land-based exhibitors, adding marine gear and technology from engine firms, navigation gadgets and apparel.
73m Plvs Vltra
This beautifully-outfitted 74m Amels, designed by Tim Heywood, has Winch interiors, and was handled by agents Moran Yacht and Ship, thus combining four of the world’s most advanced superyacht specialists.
Add an experienced owner who possibly predicted his future course with an earlier Amels Limited Editions 180 called the first step , delivered in 2012, and Captain Simon Truelove as both build and passage-making skipper, and this first Amels 242 was bound to become a benchmark when she made her debut a touch over two years ago.
Tankoa’s 236-foot (72m) award-winning superyacht SOLO is beyond anything but exceptional. Designed by Francesco Paszkowski and built by Tankoa, SOLO is that the optimum combination of luxury and performance. Her interior was conceptualized by Margherita Casprini, welcoming 12 guests in six lavish staterooms. Her covetable main bedroom not only offers 180-degree views from the king-size bed, but it is also a personal haven with a study and a terrace with sunbed and a Jacuzzi. The yacht’s additional accommodations include a spacious VIP, two doubles and two convertible twin staterooms. All staterooms are en-suite and offer incredible amenities that talk to the grandeur of the yacht.
72m Quantum of Solace
Quantum of Solace may be a 72.6 m / 238′3″ luxury motor yacht. She was built by Turquoise Yachts in 2012. . This motor yacht is so spacious it can accommodate 14 guests in 7 cabins.
The yacht was designed together with Hydro Tec and H2 Yacht Design. Features include a spa, an in depth sun terrace with a five-meter pool, and a disco on board.