Miami Boat Show: one of the largest nautical events in the World

With over 1,000 brands and boats on display, the Miami Boat Show welcomed about 100,000 visitors, taking place at the Miami Beach Convention Center, Pride Park, Herald Plaza, Venetian Marina, Museum Park Marina, and Superyacht Miami at Yacht Haven Grande Miami, with Tidelli making its presence known.

Created in the 1960s, the show has been a showcase for the nautical industry, offering a comprehensive view of trends.
Over the years, the Miami International Boat Show and the Miami Yacht Show joined forces to create the Discover Boating Miami International Boat Show (popularly known as the Miami Boat Show), the largest boat and yacht show in the world.

Generating approximately $1.34 billion, the event occurs annually, always at the beginning of the year, and brings the latest in motorboats and sailboats, from fishing vessels, pleasure cruises, sloops, catamarans, and yachts, as well as new developments in marine equipment and accessories. The meeting also serves as a platform for business, learning, and information exchange among sea lovers.

Reflecting the vibrant and bustling lifestyle of Miami, where the sea and canals provide an exclusive quality of life to residents and tourists.
Various celebrities and millionaires make the Miami Boat Show a stage for significant acquisitions (top-of-the-line speedboats and luxurious yachts).


Tidelli was present at the event with furniture displayed in the Windward Lounge, inside the Miami Convention Center. A space marked as the center of technological innovations and nautical accessories. Style, sophistication, and expertise in manufacturing weather-resistant furniture make Tidelli one of the most sought-after brands by boat owners, outdoor enthusiasts.

Highlighting the richness and originality of national design, Tidelli brought exclusive pieces from renowned Brazilian designers. Among the highlights were the Painho lounge chair by Marcelo Rosenbaum, the Amado chaise by Alfio Lisi, and the Quintal chair, an iconic creation by Maurício Arruda. The Kauai swing, one of the brand's best-sellers, was also part of the exhibition, along with the new Caraíva collection, inspired by the namesake Bahian beach, reinforcing Tidelli's commitment to authentic design and connection with Brazilian roots.

Photos: Michelle Cadari and Dani Pesavento