Palm Beach International Boat Show 2024
boat show
21-24 March

Palm Beach International Boat Show 2024


We are eagerly anticipating our participation at the Palm Beach International Boat Show, scheduled from Thursday, March 21, to Sunday, March 24. As this is currently our most important boat show in the USA market, we are set to make a substantial impact with a comprehensive display of our entire portfolio. Our dedicated team will be present throughout the event, offering our insights and expertise.

Scale models of our diverse range will be featured at the stand. Furthermore, one of our award-winning Amels 60 yachts will be present at the show. The stand's location, consistent with the previous year, ensures a convenient and familiar space to engage with our experts.

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Our Showcases

Amels Limited Editions

Explore the Amels Limited Editions, designed with exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail, reflecting our commitment to offering unparalleled yacht experiences using our proven platform for fast delivery.


The spotlight will also be on our SeaXplorer yachts, embodying the spirit of adventure with their ice-class hull and exceptional expedition capabilities. Our award-winning SeaXplorers are the world’s leading long-range luxury expedition yachts with outstanding capability for the most fun you can have on the water.

Yacht Support

Discover the versatility of our Yacht Support vessels, specially crafted to elevate your seafaring adventures. Our team will be on hand to guide you through the unique features and functionalities that make a Yacht Support vessel the perfect companion for exploration in the Middle East. Imagine a vessel seamlessly carrying all your toys, allowing you to explore both the majestic seas and the enchanting lands of this region.

"The fact that it is no-nonsense. This is a boat show that is aimed at people who love boats. It’s focused, fun and friendly and brings back all the great characteristics that most of the bigger boat shows have lost over time. It attracts people who have a genuine interest in wanting to get out on the water whilst still offering enough focus on the superyacht sector "– Sarah Flavell

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