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64th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2023: Τhe Biggest Boat -on water -Show in the world


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The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) is back for its 64th edition and is ready to showcase the most impressive range of yachts, deals, toys and accessories. Spanning nearly 90 acres, with three million square feet of exhibition space, FLIBS is the largest on-water boat show in the world. The event will take place from 25 to 29 October 2023 and will feature six miles of floating docks in seven locations, making it the ultimate destination for yacht enthusiasts, owners and charterers.

Boasting an unrivaled collection of all possible boat shapes, sizes and styles, FLIBS is the place to be if you are a yachtsman. With more than 100,000 visitors in attendance, the show offers an exciting yet relaxed atmosphere that provides potential boat owners and charterers with the opportunity to come aboard and meet industry experts.


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What to expect


The Superyacht Village, Windward VIP Club, AquaZone and Hook the Future are the main attractions of the show. But there's a lot more going on outside the water as well. Live music, gourmet food, craft cocktails and endless entertainment are just some of the side attractions on offer all the time.


In addition, the Windward VIP Experience provides access to an exclusive lounge with a prestigious menu and open bar, for those seeking the ultimate experience. In addition, the event is graced with a rich range of spectacles from supercar demonstrations, water sports demonstrations to a series of talks, seminars and exhibitions.

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The show showcases approximately $4 billion worth of yachts and marine merchandise annually, with each location having a different focus. This event attracts over 1,000 participating exhibitors, featuring some of the world's most notable yacht builders.


A world-class event that has a significant impact on the state of Florida. In 2021, the show generated $1.79 billion in economic output statewide, with $85.8 million in state and local taxes generated in Florida and $24.5 million in Broward County alone.


Luxury superyachts we singled out from this year's FLIBS

  • SOL, Sunreef Yachts

Motor yacht "Sol" offers the opportunity to charter a brand new superyacht, launched just this year. Delivered by Polish shipyard Sunreef Yachts, she offers exceptional interior and exterior spaces that are sure to delight guests.. Sol offers accommodation for up to 8 people in 4 suites. It is also able to carry up to 4 crew members. The Sol is built with a GRP hull. Her low draft makes her prepared for accessing shallow areas and cruising close to shore.





  • OFFLINE YACHT , Overmarine

Motoryacht "Offline" is an excellent new superyacht. Delivered by Italian shipyard Overmarine and interior styled by Lobanov Design, this award-winning yacht can comfortably accommodate up to 8 guests in 4 cabins. With GRP hull and GRP superstructure, it has impressive speed and great performance.






  • BLUE ICE, Baglietto

The 41.15m/135' motor yacht 'Blue Ice' was built by Baglietto in Italy. Her interior is decorated by the design house Porfiristudio and was completed in 1999. The exterior design of this luxury yacht is the work of Aldo Cichero and she was last refitted in 2021. Blue Ice is designed to comfortably accommodate up to 10 people in 5 suites. It is also able to carry up to 10 crew members. Built with an aluminum hull, with teak decks, she has impressive speed and great performance. She is powered by twin MTU (12V 4000 M90) 12 cylinder 2,199hp diesel engines operating at 2100rpm 12 knots. Her shallow draft of 1.9m/6'3" makes her primed for accessing shallow areas and cruising close to shore.





  • ATOMIC YACHT, Viareggio SuperYachts

The motor yacht "Atomic" was built by Viareggio SuperYachts in Italy. Her interior is decorated by the design house Franck Darnet Design and she was delivered to her owner in September 2020. The exterior of this luxury yacht is the work of Espen Oeino. Atomic is designed to comfortably accommodate up to 12 people in 7 suites. It is also able to carry up to 18 crew members. Atomic is built with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure, with teak decks. Powered by twin Caterpillar (3516B) 16 cylinder 2,719hp diesel engines.



With over 100,000 visitors and over 1,000 exhibiting brands, FLIBS is the largest boat show on the seven seas and you don't want to miss it.














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