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App-solutely easier navigation for Palm Beach International Boat Show


Making a delivery or looking for old crew friends that work on a certain yacht, like a Feadship, in the Palm Beach International Boat Show? Quickly find all the options including motoryachts Patriot, Casual Water, Centinela IV, Deja Vu, Gravitas, Huntress, Illusion and Positive Carry, with MyBoatShow.

It is the official free app for the West Palm Beach show as well as the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS), The St. Petersburg Power & Sailboat Show and the Yacht and Brokerage Show in Miami Beach (YBS).

The app can be used for planning a trip with show hours, costs, directions and bus pickup/drop-off information. Plus, ticket are available for purchase with a few clicks. There is also a list of parking options (including the free come-by-boat dock at the south end of the show) with prices.

Once at the show, on the docks, use icons on an interactive map to highlight show offices, rest rooms, emergency services and food and beverages.

MyBoatShow app

MyBoatShow app

•Vendors can be found by booth location, a quick call or a click straight to the company Web site.

A list of seminars with all the details and show updates are available and a favorite button can bookmark yachts or products for future reference.

Wonder if a yacht was at FLIBS or Yachts Miami Beach? Previous show information, including yachts and exhibitors, remains available until replaced by next show.

MyBoatShow is available in the App Store for iPhone and Google Play for  Android.


Dorie Cox is associate editor of Triton Today. Comments on this story are welcome at

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