Tour the impressive boats on display at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show from some of the big-name manufacturers in the sport-fishing industry. For more coverage from Marlin magazine’s editors, view our gallery from day one of the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show.
Bertram’s new 35-footer was a hit at the show. The bridge deck had clean lines with plenty of space for electronics in front of the teak helm pod and single-lever engine controls.
Bid Time is the latest from Spencer Yachts. This 69-footer wowed the crowds with her incredible custom woodwork and classic Carolina lines.
Garmin Fantom 18 and 24 dome radars
Garmin unveiled its new Fantom 18 and 24 dome radars during a press conference on the first day of the boat show. The newest dome radars feature motion scope — with the ability to tell if a target is approaching the boat or heading away — along with 40-watt transmissions and no warm-up time.
Raymarine gS Series 16
Raymarine gS Series 12
The Raymarine gS Series 16 and Raymarine gS Series 12 offer anglers their choice of chart options, including Navionics and C-Map, with the ability to switch instantly from one to another.
The Intellian V65 was unveiled at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Hatteras Yachts displayed a beautiful GT70 in their booth, featuring a very spacious interior layout.
Another winner from Hatteras is the GT63, with her tournament-ready helm station.
GOST NT-Evolution 2.0 and Nav-Tracker
The GOST NT-Evolution 2.0 and Nav-Tracker can pair up to provide boat owners a longitude and latitude status update of their boat’s location, plus an alarm-notification system with an integrated online security setup.
Garmin VHF 210
The Garmin VHF 210 has built-in AIS and integration with NMEA 2000.
The new Sport Series underwater lights from OceanLED focus the beam width to increase coverage.
MTU Series 2000
The heavy iron from MTU was on display, like this Series 2000 diesel engine that’s rated for 2,600 hp.
Channell Glass had some very unique displays that would look great on any boat.