IBEX 2015 - The International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition & Conference

2015-09-15 - 2015-09-17
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IBEX is the premier marine technology and networking event in North America, attracting thousands of decision-making professionals from all segments of the boating industry: Boatbuilders Naval architects, designers, engineers, surveyors Marine product manufacturers Suppliers of materials, machinery, and tooling Distributors wholesalers, manufacturers reps Boat dealers, marine retailers Marinas, boatyards, repair & refit professionals Marine software and services Marine & composite technology media IBEX is more than just an industry trade show. It’s three full days of technical and business seminars, meetings, exhibits, product demos, conferences and business opportunities.

Attendee information

IBEX has been welcoming professionals from every field in the boating business for more than 20 years. The list below is just an overview of professionals who attend. Professional boat builders (powerboat, sailboat, and yachts) / all materials, Boat/yacht repair & maintenance yard owners and staff, Yacht designers, naval architects, engineers, Government & military engineers, Marine associations. IBEX is for the TRADE ONLY, and is not open to the general public. No one under 18 years of age—including infants—will be admitted. IBEX reserves the right to request picture identification to verify age. There are no exceptions to our age policy.

Exhibitor information

Exhibiting companies on the IBEX show floors represent design, building, surveying, repairing or servicing boats or operating a marina. There will be the widest possible selection of tools and technologies at IBEX. It's the only opportunity to see, test, price and compare the industry's best products and services head-to-head.

Future dates
IBEX 2016 - October 4-6, Tampa, FL

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