Snapshots from Miami 2015

Paul Fenn


Canadian Yachting is on hand all weekend taking in all of the events, community and of course boats at the Miami Show.  Some snapshots from the Miami 2015 International Boat show are highlighted here. 

This year’s show is held at the Miami Beach Convention Center with New Yacht & Power boat show at Sea Isle Marina and Strictly Sail at the MIAMARINA at Bayside.

FEBRUARY  12-16,  2015
10AM to 6PM
Friday: 10AM to 8PM
Saturday: 10AM to 8PM
Sunday: 10AM to 8PM
Monday: 10AM to 6PM

More Miami details here.
Above: Paul Fenn and Catherine Guiader from Jeanneau at the Miami Boat Show
Lower Left: Blanche Morgan from Anchor Yacht Sales onboard the Lagoon 630 Motor Yacht ( Power Cat ) at the Miami Boat Show
Lower Right: Chairman of the Board of Chris-Craft Yachts, Stephen M. Julias

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Blanche Morgan Chris-Craft Board Chairman 

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