Fort Lauderdale Fl
October 25, 2011 by staff
The Boat Show October 27th began with a prime-time preview and runs until October 31. The show features six venues: the Greater Fort Lauderdale / Broward County Convention Center, Sails Marina, Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina, Las Olas Marina, Bahia Mar Yachting Center and Hall of Fame Marina. In general, adult ticket prices ranging from 16 to 85 and online and and 18 to 90 and at the box office.
“This boat show has great potential because we have buyers from Europe and Australia, and although it seems uncertain, there are actually a lot of stability in the places that really matter,” said Bob Denison, president and founder of Fort Lauderdale-based Denison Yacht Yacht Broker Florida Sales.
China, Japan and South Korea are some of those places where, over the past two years, growing middle and upper classes have enjoyed a significant increase in the sailing infrastructure, marinas and storage facilities, said Denison. As a result, Fort Lauderdale sample could be twice as Asian buyers, he added.
While all buyers are being driven by offers, the market is more consistent and optimistic this year compared to 2010, said Simon Gibson, a member of the Palm Beach-based management is worth Yates Avenue, which will showcase six boats in the show this year, including 125 feet Namoh.
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