See You at the World’s Largest In-Water Yacht Show


Genesis Interiors will be exhibiting at the upcoming Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS), the biggest in-water yacht show in the world, which runs October 31 to November 4 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. We invite you to stop by our Booth #656, which is located at the Yellow Zone Superyacht Pavilion at the Bahia Mar Yachting Center. We are proud to share the Superyacht Pavilion with some of the finest yacht builders and designers from around the globe.

At our booth, you’ll find Genesis Interiors’ own craftsmanship on display, including our artisan-carved backlit onyx and samples of new finishes that we have used for recent interior projects.

Lamps from Italian lighting design studio Contardi

Lamps from Italian lighting design studio Contardi

We also will have examples of the design items we use in our bespoke yacht and residential interior projects, including lamps from Contardi – a world-renowned maker of quality Italian lighting.

“At this year’s FLIBS, we look forward to once again establishing our presence as a major supplier to the U.S. yacht industry and a leader in providing custom designed, high-end interiors,” said Roberto Lottini, founder and president of Genesis Interiors. “As the show opens, we will be approaching the delivery of a 300-foot private superyacht featuring our interiors, which will be the largest yacht built to date in the U.S. We also are working with the builder of a line of smaller yachts to create superyacht-level interiors for its newest model. Stop by our booth at FLIBS to learn more about these projects, which demonstrate Genesis Interiors’ ability to offer something unique to the market by manufacturing bespoke Italian interiors for American customers at a convenient U.S. location.

Whether you’re a yacht builder, a yacht designer, a yacht owner, or someone considering the purchase of a yacht, we’re available to discuss your interior needs and to show you how we can help you achieve dreams of owning a truly custom vessel.