Tiara Yachts to Attend the 2024 Palm Beach International Boat Show

March 13, 2024

EX 54 in Miami

Holland, Mich., (March 13, 2023) – Tiara Yachts, family-owned manufacturer of American-made luxury watercrafts, will be at the annual Palm Beach International Boat Show from March 21-24. Models on display at 101 S Flagler Dr., Ramps 7/8 will include the EX 60, EX 54, 48 LE, 48 LS, 43 LS, 38 LS, 34 LS and 34 LX.

Following its debut last month at the Miami International Boat Show, the EX 54, Tiara’s most recent addition to its EX lineup, will be on display alongside its sister ship, the EX 60. The newest model to offer Tiara’s traditional luxurious feel while still focusing on adventure and amenities for the Captain, the EX 54 boasts upgraded interior features and a plethora of below deck accommodations. Both models offer a variety of different cockpit modules focused on cruising, entertaining or water sports.

Additionally, the Michigan-based manufacturer will feature its recently debuted fishing modules on select models. Announced in 2023, the fishing modules offer consumers robust fishing amenities including rod holders, livewells and freezer tanks. The 43 LS, 38 LS and 34 LS models will be equipped with the optional modules and related equipment, while a second 38 LS in the display will feature its signature transformational seating module.

“The Palm Beach International Boat Show is a staple in the marine industry and one we look forward to attending,” said Tom Slikkers, CEO and President of Tiara Yachts. “We are eager to showcase what 50 years of industry-leading craftsmanship looks like as we continue to celebrate our milestone anniversary.”

February 18, 2024 marked Tiara’s 50th anniversary. Originally founded as S2 Yachts, Inc. in 1974, the company has remained a family-owned business and stayed true to its mission of delivering high-quality, luxury watercrafts to its customers. 

The Palm Beach International Boat Show will be held along Flagler Drive in downtown West Palm Beach on the Intercoastal Waterway. The show will feature $1.2 billion worth of yachts and accessories, including hundreds of boats ranging from 8-foot inflatables to superyachts nearly 300 feet in length.

Media walk-throughs will be available by request.