Due to widespread global health concerns, the Palm Beach International Boat Show was rescheduled to May 14-17, 2020. The 35th annual show was originally scheduled to run March 26-29, 2020.
“Adhering to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and City of West Palm Beach Mayor Keith James’ recommendation to suspend all mass gatherings over contagion concerns, we fully support the decision as the health and safety of our visitors, community, exhibitors, staff and vendors is our top priority.”
Andrew Doole, President, Informa Markets U.S. Boat Shows and George Gentile, President of the Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County
Staying optimistic, when PBIBS happens again, the following special events are planned:
- Sportfishing seminars by IGFA School of Sportfishing
- Kids fishing clinics by Hook The Future
- WaveJet self-propelled SUP (stand up paddle board)
- Aquazone with live paddle boarding, hovercrafts, SUP yoga, electric surfboarding, and more
The Palm Beach International Boat Show features more than $1.2 billion in yachts and accessories, from 8-foot inflatables to 300 ft super yachts. Get the latest updates on the PBIBS website.