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Martinique Boat Show Set for May 19 – 22, 2022

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Two years after its first-ever event in 2019, organizers of the Martinique Boat Show are not only enthusiastically planning for 2022 but looking forward to building this event into ‘the international boat show of the Caribbean’, according to organizer, Eric Vasse. “This year, we are opening the show to all the professionals of the islands. Already, professionals Grenada, Carriacou, St Lucia, St. Martin, and St. Maarten and Guadeloupe have responded, and we hope to have representatives from Antigua & Barbuda and the British Virgin Islands too.”

Martinique Boat Show

The show, set for May 19-22, will take place at Étang Z’Abricots Port, located 15 minutes away from Fort-de-France and Martinique’s international airport. Yachts will be displayed onshore and afloat. All sectors of the marine trades will be represented. This includes infrastructure, marina, and construction sites; technical and commercial trades such as distributors of motorboats, engines, sailmakers, fishing equipment suppliers, ship chandlers, and boat builders; and marine tourism sectors such as scuba diving, sport fishing, and boat rental companies. There will also be a sizable display of used catamarans, presented for sale by the vessel’s owners or brokers.

To participate as an exhibitor or for information and registration, contact: martinique.boat.show@gmail.com. For accommodations, contact: service.martiniqueboatshow.com. Or, visit: www.martinique-boat-show.fr/

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Carol_Bareuther
Carol_Bareuther
Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.
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