USPA Nationwide Security is anticipating an influx of maritime security requests as the Miami International Boat Show nears
As a result of the merger of the Miami International Boat Show and the Miami Yacht Show, the Discover Boating Miami International Boat Show has become the world’s largest boat and yacht show. On this site, you will find kayaks, superyachts, and the latest aquatic innovations, regardless of what you are looking for.
On-site activities will take place at the Miami Beach Convention Center and Pride Park. IGY Yacht Haven Grande at Island Gardens, One Herald Plaza, Museum Park Marina, and Sea Isle Marina will host the show’s in-water components.
Titanium Service (VIP Security) was provided by USPA at various locations during Art Basel, including private events at the Yves Saint Laurent gallery and VIP afterparties. Ahead of the Miami International Boat Show in February, marinas have taken center stage.
“It is not as simple as sending security officers to guard the yachts and marinas of our clients.” According to USPA Vice President Brian Fitzgibbons, “We put months of planning and intelligence into the advance work we do.” He refers to the preliminary stages of risk assessments, open-source intelligence, and liaison with local law enforcement marine units and the United States Coast Guard.”
As a major seaport and transportation hub in the state of Florida, Fitzgibbons believes Miami poses a significant maritime security threat. Millions of containers are also stored there by various companies. It is one of the largest ports in the country.
Professional control mechanisms are required to maintain maritime security. In accordance with Fitzgibbons, ship security officers are responsible for monitoring suspicious behavior and collaborating closely with local law enforcement authorities. Prior to boarding cruise ships, they assess cargo as well as monitor boats and marinas.
In 2005, USPA Nationwide Security began providing superyacht security in Miami and maritime security throughout the United States, the Caribbean, and parts of Africa. The Miami International Boat Show will feature a team of veterans and special operators with extensive experience in amphibious operations.