Sail-World.com : New products to woo active consumers, Palm Beach Boat Show
New products to woo active consumers, Palm Beach Boat Show
Innovation is the theme for this year's Palm Beach International Boat Show, with the aim of reinvigorating the marine industry and catch the attention of a more energetic and positive consumer.
'Great exhibitor displays, coupled with a newly revitalized waterfront area, will make this one of the best shows to date. Our exhibitors have stayed focused on innovation and are bringing exciting new products to this year’s show,' said Dane Graziano, senior vice president and COO of Show Management, the company which manages and produces the show. 'Great exhibitor displays, coupled with a newly revitalized waterfront area, will make this one of the best shows to date.'
The 2011 Palm Beach International Boat Show runs from March 24 to 27. Here is just a glimpse of the innovative products scheduled to roll out at the show.
New in Boats and Yachts
Anchor Yacht Sales introduces the Hampton Yachts 62’ Modified Skylounge.
J Craft Boats displays its Torpedo R model.
Dusky Marine Inc. displays its triple engine 33’ and a Guy Harvey wrapped 33’.
Specialty Watercraft, Inc. offers an upgraded SeaDoo GTI and the Yamaha VXR and VXS models.
Protector Boats USA offers the Protector Jet, coupled with a Yamaha JetDrive powerplant.
Horizon Yachts displays the completely solar powered SC23, the V74 and AC80 catamarans with solar panel technology and the E88 with an advanced Octoplex System for complete yacht monitoring.
Denison Yacht Sale debuts the new 45’ Selene.
New in Nautical Travel
Abaco Beach Resort at Boat Harbour launches its Eco-Tour Package allowing guests to explore Abaco’s six national parks, photograph wildlife, learn about Abaco’s heritage and explore more than 100 blue holes.
New in Yachting Accessories and Power
Seakeeper offers its new M8000 gyro for vessels up to 35 tons.
Parker Village Marine Tec offers a new bilge water membrane separator, the SPK portable water treatment system and LT desalination systems.
Air-Tight, LLC debuts the new DeeMaxx brake system.
Mate Series, Inc. offers the first of its kind combination rod and cup holder.
Pioneer Linens Yacht Division offers a Palm Beach International Boat Show special on monogramed beach towels.
New in Electronics
Telemar Yachting Americas offers its VSAT Telemar Seacall and the Sperry Vision Master Bridge System.
KEP Marine offers its new multi-touch high brite touch screen panels, bridgeview control system, glasspod multi bridge displays and KEPcam video recording with removable drive.
New in Marine Art and Literature
Robert E. Webber offers his custom portraits of historic and classic watercraft.
Livin the Wild Life offers assorted art products by artist Carey Chen including shirts, jewelry boxes, cutting boards and decals.
New in Marine Clothing and Jewelry
Menorquinas USA, makers of simple yet elegant sandals, introduces its product to the U.S. market.
Hopkins Carter Marine offers new gear from Gill, Grundens, Columbia and Bimini Bay. Artist Carey Chen will be signing artwork all day Sunday, March 27.
New in Sportfishing Accessories
Red Eye Trolling Lures offers new-to-the-market Mahi Slayer and Hoo-Hurter lures.
Capt. Billy Black Dehooker offers new Capt. Billy Black Series Lures.
Tigress Outriggers & Gear offers the new Tiger Shark III, telescoping carbon graphite outriggers and Blind Mount rod holders.
New in Show Promotions
Win a Garmin 5212 Navigation System at the Palm Beach International Boat Show
To promote its new Palm Beach location, Langer Krell Marine Electronics will raffle off a Garmin 5212 12' Touchscreen GPS Navigation System. Valued at $3600, the unit is compatible on vessels from 25' to 175'.
Show attendees may sign up at the WIRK Country Radio display located at Evernia Field booth 357 or the Langer-Krell Marine Electronics display located at Clematis Tent 525. Visit LangerKrell.com for more information.
More at ShowManagement.com
by Show Management
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