Palm Beach Boat Show 2023: Everything you need to know
The Palm Beach Boat Show (or to give it its full name, the Palm Beach International Boat Show) is one of the biggest boat shows in America, let alone Florida.
Held every year in March, this is a key showcase for manufacturers to show off their latest models across four on-water locations and this year marks the 40th anniversary of the Palm Beach Boat Show.
It’s not just American brands either, with yards from all across the globe flocking to Florida to attract affluent showgoers.
When is the 2023 Palm Beach Boat Show?
The 2023 Palm Beach show will run from Thursday March 23 to Sunday March 26.
The show opens each day at 10am and closes in the evening at 7pm on Friday and Saturday. Thursday has a midday start and Sunday finishes early at 5pm.
How much are Palm Beach 2023 tickets?
Palm Beach 2023 ticket prices have gone up a little bit compared to 2022. Standard day tickets now start at $31 per adult and $16 per child, but due to the size of the show, it’s well worth investing $56 in a two-day ticket.
Or if you really want to push the boat out, you can buy a Windward VIP ticket for $370, which includes access to the Windward VIP Club at the Lakeside Pavilion on Flagler Drive, premium open bar, gourmet food, pop-up activations, and one-day general admission access to the Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary Art Fair.
Note: Palm Beach 2023 tickets must be bought online, there will be no tickets sold on the door this year.
Which boats will be debuting at Palm Beach 2023?
The following yachts will be among the major debuts at PBIBS 2023:
- Arksen 28 Adventure
- Azimut Grande Trideck
- Benetti 67m superyacht Calex
- Evo R4 WA
- Horizon PC68
- Intrepid 51 Panacea
- Leopard 40PC
- Numarine 26XP Fast
- Pearl 62
- Pearl 95
- Princess F65
- Princess S72
- Princess X80
- Vicem 37 CC
- wallypower 58X
- Zeelander 5
Keep checking back on MBY.com for more of our extensive preview coverage of the 2023 Palm Beach Boat Show.