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Miami Yacht Show 2019 Exhibitor Directory

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Talii Towels

The most common question I hear is “how did Talii Towels get started?” Like most great ideas TaliiTowels came in the form of a solution to a problem. During the summer of 2012 my cousin from Belgium and I spent time together at the Beach. She travelled with a unique towel that I loved for its fantastic qualities: it was compact, quick to dry, and super absorbent. As a seasoned traveller, and a single mom 'compact' was essential quality of my favourite products. I looked to purchase a few of these towels for myself but there were no attractive colours or sizes available.

Teak Deck Company

Teak Deck Company ™ fabricates and sells ready to install teak decking and flooring products for boat manufacturers, boat owners and professional contractors. We install teak decks in the United States and on mega-yacht decks worldwide.  In business since 1996,  Teak Deck Company is the second largest teak deck manufacturer in the USA.

Thomas Marine Systems, Inc
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Thomas Marine Systems, Inc

Today’s Thomas Marine Systems was opened by John Thomas Jr. and his wife, Sue, in 1989, but the company’s history in South Florida is much longer than that.

John’s father, JT Sr., began working in residential air conditioning with his brothers in Hialeah in 1967 but soon discovered the demand for marine cooling and began to specialize in the field. He installed one of the first air conditioning units built by Cruisair founder Jere Crews as well as the first unit built by Marine Air founders Bert and Connie Ammons.

Turnberry Marina

The year was 1967, and Don Soffer sketched what he wanted the City of Aventura to look like on a napkin. He envisioned an upscale neighborhood with thousands of residences, the centerpiece around which would be a country club, hotel, a golf course, and yacht club. But this wasn’t a project Don envisioned within the already booming city of Miami; instead, the entrepreneur zeroed in on 785 acres of undeveloped land between downtown Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Piece by piece, Don plowed forward with his vision, proving all the naysayers wrong, building the city of Aventura.