After a successful exhibition at the Tampa Boat Show, Tom George Yacht Group is taking its efforts south to Fort Lauderdale.
Fort Lauderdale, Fla., the “Yachting Capital of the World,” will host the 56th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show on Nov. 5-9. Show exhibits range from yacht builders and designers to exotic cars and brokerage yachts. A wide variety of boats and sea vessels will be on display including runabouts, sportfishes, high performance boats, center consoles, cabin cruisers, flats boats, skiffs, express cruisers, sailing yachts, motor yachts, bowriders, catamarans, ski boats, jet boats, trawlers, inflatables, canoes, and extraordinary superyachts.
TGYG will be joining dozens of other yacht brokers to display its stunning yachts and, hopefully, make a few sales. It will be featuring the 145’ Christensen Tri-Deck 2002 “I Love This Boat” at Slip 39 Hall of Fame Face Dock at Northrup and Johnson display; the 112’ Westport Raised Pilot House 2008 “Jo Jo’s Circus” at Slip E-502 at Pier 66; the 84’ Bayliss Convertible 2014 “Orion,” the 60’ Hatteras Motor Yacht 2014 “Papa Whiskey,” and the 40’ Hatteras Cabo Express 2007 “Our Trade” at Slips 40-41 at the TGYG Display at CD-Dock; and the 63’ GT Hatteras Enclosed Bridge 2013 “Gear Jammer” and 54’ GT Hatteras Sport Fisherman Convertible 2013 “Stop the Press” at the C-Dock Hatteras display.
In addition, TGYG will have a Carver/Marquis display at GH-Dock and will be showing Cobalt and Edgewater Boats in Convention Center 2051 and 2025, respectively.
All of the boats and yachts on display will be open to the public, but the Christensen and Bayliss yachts may only be boarded with a broker or salesman. Luckily, TGYG will be personally manning all of its new boat displays. Jimmy Rogers will be at the Hatteras display, Wally Catalano and Todd Cook will be at the Carver/Marquis display, Dusty Smieja and Anthony Gathercole will be at the Cobalt and Edgewater displays and all other TGYG sales reps will be at the TGYG Display on CD-Dock. Tom will be back and forth between displays and will be available as needed.
This is going to be an exciting show, and it’s going to attract tens of thousands of visitors. Because of that, parking is going to be difficult, to say the least. TGYG recommends taking advantage of the Fort Lauderdale Water Taxi. For only 10 dollars, you get all-day, unlimited access to the Water Taxi. For Water Taxi routes, parking and other information, visit watertaxi.com/fort-lauderdale-boat-show.
TGYG is greatly looking forward not only to this show but to meeting you all as well, so come by and say hi. For more information about the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, including ticket prices and schedules, visit www.flibs.com.