Fort Lauderdale Boat Show News Captain-Net
Special Edition- October 30/01
The Fort Lauderdale Boat Show got off to roaring start with good attendance on opening day Thursday, October 25, 2001. Most exhibitors expressed confidence in expected participation by buyers and resulting sales. More news below...

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Nautical Niche
Bill Browne was on hand showing the Integrity 68 Submarine just built in Washington state. Bill says, "This submarine is state of the art construction and ready to go as a tender or as a personal vehicle.", as he grips the joystick control. More Here

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Quantum Marine
Quantum Marine Engineering was going strong with the introduction of their newest company, Quantum Controls for the manufacturing of stabilizers featuring the innovative Zero Speed and OnAnchor systems. Both enable a yacht to lie at anchor, adrift or the dock with full stabilization. More Here
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Smallwood's Uniforms
Jimmy Floyd from Smallwood's was in the usual booth doing their usual big time business. The company has branched in to sports wear and the cruise ship industry using the talents of Steve Brewster, seen in the larger clicked picture next to Jimmy. Also pictured are Chris and Graham of Frasers Yachts

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Concord Marine Electronics
Michael Robilio and Ted Banning were happy with the turnout for the Boat show booth this year. Marine electronics manufacturers offer special Boat Show discount to compete for the heavy traffic opportunities. Concord posted the discounts and offered free boat show tickets on their web site this year.
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Buy Explorer Yachts.com
John Decaro of Fraser Yachts Worldwide has a web site dedicated to the design and construction of semi custom and custom, full displacement trawlers, explorer yachts and expedition type vessels and the sale of existing boats. John will be showing explorer vessels as well as new designs at the Show.
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Captain-Net
Richard George, owner of Captain-Net, reports that internet interest by Boat Show exhibitors was excellent. Captain-Net obtained commitments for two new web sites, one rewrite and interest in more.
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Broward Yacht Charters
Click for Larger Ted Rowe was happy to show the newest addition to the charter fleet, the Dutch built "Pegasus". Shown at right is the formal salon entrance, a show piece in marble of tasteful elegance.

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Fort Lauderdale Boat Show 10/30/01
Richard George, owner of Captain-Net, is happy to say that the Boat Show was a complete success for all concerned. Attendance was at normal levels and buyer interest was heavy. On a personal note, Captain-Net obtained commitments for two new web sites, one rewrite and interest in more.
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