Miami Yacht Show is almost here for its 32nd edition, from February 13th to February 17th! Located in the heart of Miami, on One Herald Plaza in Biscane Bay, this yachting show will showcase the best new models alongside pre-owned vessels in a unique in-water display. There a few special vessels that you should definitely pay attention to, due to their luxury character and exclusiveness. Join Miami Design Agenda, and find out the amazing list of vessels that you absolutely need to see at this event!
Formerly known as Solemates, Huntress was delivered in 2010 as one of the German yard’s successful 60-meter series and is currently listed as a yacht for sale. The amazing exteriors of the vessel are by Espen Oeino and her interiors are by Glade Johnson, with up to 12 guests housed onboard and a volume of 1,218 GT.
Tankoa built on the features of their original superyacht, Suerte, to make Solo stand out with new and enhanced amenities in order to specifically target the charter market. Delivered in 2018, she has an exterior design by Francesco Paszkowski and interiors by Margherita Casprini.
Quantum of Solace was originally delivered by the Turkish yard Turquoise Yachts in 2012. After several refits throughout, it features naval architecture by Hydro Tec and exterior and interior design by London-based studio H2 Yacht Design. Standout features include her impressive full-beam spa, expansive sundeck with a five-meter-long swimming pool and an onboard disco.
The 75-meter Lürssen motor yacht Bella Vita was delivered over a decade ago in 2009. Formerly known as Nothern Star, this vessel is yet another Espen Oeino design, with a high-volume interior designed by the Shropshire-based studio Pauline Nunns Associates.
Making her US debut at the Miami Yacht Show this year is the ultra-cool 85-meter SilverYachts superyacht Bold which was delivered to her owner last summer. This brand new vessel is designed by Espen Oeino and it features a long aft helideck and fuel-efficient design. Her interiors can accommodate up to 16 guests and are designed by Andreas Hölnburger from German studio Vain Interiors. Click here to find out more about this superyacht that will make its US debut at the Miami Yacht Show!
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