The Palm Beach International Boat Show gets underway on the 20th March 2014, and Moore Stephens Isle of Man will be heading to Florida for the 29th annual show.
The show is one of the top five boat shows in the USA featuring more than $1.2 billion worth of boats, yachts and accessories from the world’s leading marine manufacturers.
Ayuk Ntuiabane, director in Moore Stephens Yachting, Kathy Kennedy, executive vice-president in Moore Stephens Brokers and Melanie Langley, senior crew benefits advisor in Moore Stephens Crew Benefits will represent the firm.
Ayuk Ntuiabane stated, “This show is becoming a 'must attend' event for the yachting industry. We go every year, since it’s such a great opportunity to network in Palm Beach, being so close to the superyacht hub of Fort Lauderdale.”
The event includes hundreds of boats and yachts from 8 foot inflatables, power boats, fishing boats, and personal watercrafts as well as superyachts over 45 metres.
Moore Stephens Isle of Man, who offer a range of yacht specific services, will be one of a number of companies looking to network and improve their presence at the show.