Greenwich Boat Show powered through the 11th year on April 6 & 7, inviting boaters to enjoy sea-trials on Long Island Sound. The 2019 show featured another remarkable selection of boats and yachts from 24 dealers, representing 57 boat manufacturers.

As much a boating experience as it is a show, the Greenwich Boat Show has built a reputation as the most boater-friendly show in the Northeast. It features a large, diverse selection of new boats, and it’s the only show that offers both free sea trials and free admission. 

This year’s show featured several new brands, plus many favorites from previous years. Boaters treated themselves to explore high-end vessels such brands as MJM, Viking, Tiara Yachts, Azimut, XO Boats, Galeon Yachts, Shaefer Yachts and Mag Bay. There were luxurious brands from Beneteau – Monte Carlo Yachts, Gran Turismo and Swift Trawler. Boaters looking for luxury also viewed Chris Craft, San Juan, Back Cove, Axopar Boats, Barracuda, Sabre, Hunt Yachts, Southport Boats, Fairline and Bertram.

For those who enjoy spending their days hunting fish, the show featured some of the best sportfishing boats in the industry, with boats from Pursuit, Regulator, Edgewater, Blackfin, Boston Whaler, Albemarle, Fountain, Sea Pro and Everglades. Anglers also checked out vessels from Robolo, Sea Fox, Tidewater, Century, Sea Hunt, Scout, Seaway, Sailfish, Ribcraft and World Cat.

Boaters who prefer cruising or family fun on the water considered boats from Regal, Grady White, Rossiter, Brig, Chaparral, Monterey, American Tug and Sea Ray. Also, there were boats from Eastern Boats, Ranger Tug, Four Winns and Antares. Attendees in the market for pontoon boats checked out vessels from Bennington and Sylvan.

When speed was the goal, the show had that too – both on land and on the water. For on the water, visitors checked out powerful, high-performance vessels from Donzi. For speed on land, Manhattan Motors will had the iconic Lamborghiniis at the show. Click to schedule sea-trials in advance.