More of Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2013

Scenes from the 2014 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show...
Cabo has earned its reputation as one of the best offshore fishing machines. To see all of Sport Fishing‘s coverage from this year’s show, including videos and blogs, visit our FLIBS page.
When seen bow-on, the reflection from the anchor almost looks like a colorful decal on this big Yellowfin center console. This photo — like many in this gallery — offers an interesting perspective courtesy of the wide-angle lens of a GoPro Hero3.
Check out the very spiffy fiberglass T-top on this 270 Dauntless by Boston Whaler, new this year.
Ready to take on any tournament, anywhere: Hatteras’ fabulous new GT63 offers sweeping lines and tons of features for serious blue-water fishing.
If you’re one of those guys who just has to see what’s under the hood, you’ll appreciate this monster — a 20V 4000 m93L from MTU. Probably not a good bet for your kayak!
As** Sport Fishing editors found**, the venerable** Yellowfin 39** will ably take on just about any seas.
Deep Impact’s 399 was a real eye catcher on the show floor in the convention center.
Hell’s Bay Boatworks calls its Waterman model their “hard core sight fishing machine.” Then again, what Hell’s Bay isn’t?
Everglades 243 CC Signature Series package with a $127,526 MSRP price tag was available at the show for about $20,000 less.
Everglades’ exhibit, with its hull held high!
Way cool restoration by Grady-White made this 1962 Pamlico 18 a showpiece in the boat builder’s booth.
Grady-White‘s exhibit is always a popular spot in the convention center.
The sleek lines of Invincible‘s monster offshore center consoles attract plenty of attention.
Known for its purpose-built wakeboarding boats, Louisiana’s Epic Boats has set its sights on the big-bay-boat sport-fish market with this 22SC model, boasting a resin-infused hull.
Whole lotta boat — that’s the HydraSports Custom 4200S, rated for up to 1,400 horses.
Hydra-Sports also makes a pretty bad-ass bay boat, its 23 Bay Bolt. Slap on a 300-hp outboard and she’ll do 60, says the manufacturer.
“Outboard inflation” seems to mean more transoms with more machines every year; this year’s show was no exception.
The open, clean cockpit design of this SeaHunter will appeal to serious blue-water anglers.
Inside the huge electronics tent next to the Bahia Mar, major manufacturers exhibit dazzling displays of units from tiny VHFs to big radomes.

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