Marine volunteer are plentiful to South Florida residents and visitors alike. Here is a sampling of several ways you can get involved ...

Fort Lauderdale is known as the ‘Yachting Capital of the World’. A new study by Thomas J. Murray & Associates and released by the Marine Industries Association of South Florida (MIASF) and the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance Release confirms that ...

Navigating on land with Google Maps is as popular today as piloting by paper maps was decades ago. Now, thanks to a partnership between the Marine Industries Association of South Florida (MIASF) and the region’s certified Google Street View content ...

Want to purchase up-market liquor, tobacco and perfumes duty-free in South Florida? No problem. Just head to stores which do just this at locations like the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Want to buy a foreign-flagged yacht in this city nicknamed ...

Fort Lauderdale is often dubbed the ‘Yachting Capital of the World’.  No wonder. There’s over 300 miles of inland waterways, 24 miles of Atlantic coastline in the city’s Broward County and some 50,000-plus registered yachts of all types, from powerboats ...

  A bill introduced in Congress would make it possible for foreign-flagged boats to be offered to sell to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters. Nine members of the International Yacht Brokers Association (IYBA) traveled to Washington, DC in May ...

Captain-less boats? It may not be a far-fetched idea, especially in an age where self-driving cars make headline news. In fact, the innovation of self-driving, drone, robotic boats or yachts is the subject of intense research spanning everything from cutting-edge ...

MIASF and Show Management Announce FLIBS Agreement FORT LAUDERDALE – The Marine Industries Association of South Florida (MIASF) and Show Management have signed a 30-year agreement to produce the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. “Our marine industry has become a prominent ...