Just spent about 4 hrs at the boat show. Some observations. very few cruisers. Basically none. One little crownline 264. Cruisers had a 34 outboard and a 38 I/O. Both in bow rider form. Basically no cabins on them but lots of deck space. Interesting that the head latch on the 34 was misaligned and the door would not latch. Tiara had a couple of large open bow cruisers. A 48 and I think a 38. Both outboard power and bow rider style. The 48 has the 600 verados. Man they are huge. The large sea Ray dealer (Pride Marine). “Boycotted” the show so no sea rays at all. Their web site says it would cost them over $1million to be there so they passed. Mid week so crowds were light but vendors said it’s been busy so that’s good. Looked at dingys. I think I’ll go with highfield when I replace mine. I only want about 10ft rib and the highfield seems to have what I want. Nice and light. Axopar and another similar European brand were there. Not for me. Fugly IMO.