Tuesday, November 2, 2010

The Bahamas represented at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show


FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida -- The Bahamas was well represented at the The 51st annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which wrapped up its five day run on Monday November 1st, spread over six locations in the 'Yachting Capital of the World.' The largest boat show in the world in terms of exhibit space has everything on display from one of a kind mega-yachts to fishing boats and dinghies, submarines, exotic cars, exotic destinations and every imaginable gadget. 


COME TO GRAND BAHAMA -- Grand Bahama Yacht Club and Port Lucaya Marina representatives enjoy meeting new people and getting re-acquainted with South Florida boaters, enticing them to visit their Grand Bahama locations and participate in their upcoming fishing tournament November 18-20th.  L-R: Fabian Clarke, Gabriela Olesen, Preben Olesen, and Karen Pinder.  (Photo courtesy Mike Stafford/Bradford Marine Bahamas)






BUSY AT THE BOOTH -- The largest boat show in the world in terms of exhibit space has everything on display from one of a kind mega-yachts to fishing boats and dinghies, submarines, exotic cars, exotic destinations and every imaginable gadget. The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism booth was always busy, located near the Bahia Mar entrance to the show.  (Photo courtesy Mike Stafford/Bradford Marine Bahamas)



THE MOB AT THE BOAT SHOW -- Representing the newly formed MOB - Marine Operators of the Bahamas - are L-R: Fabian Clarke (Port Lucaya Marina), Mike Stafford (Bradford Marine Bahamas), Shamine Johnson (MOB Director), and Adrian Lowe (Leeward Yacht Club).  (Photo courtesy Mike Stafford/Bradford Marine Bahamas)


BETTER WITH THE BAHAMAS --  The Bahamas Maritime Authority showed off their new slogan 'It's simply better with the Bahamas.'  Left to right at the booth are Capt. Colin Sandeman, Katie Clarke, and Arthur Barnett. (Photo courtesy Mike Stafford/Bradford Marine Bahamas)

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