The Miami Yacht Show is a yacht tradeshow recognized for the presentation of the finest selection of unique yachts and superyachts. This 32nd edition was special due to the debut of some highly anticipated yachts. Join Miami Design Agenda to discover more!
The show, which took place from February 13 to February 17, featured the debut of over 15 vessels. Those boats range from sporty fishing boats to luxurious superyachts. Each debuting vessel features new technology and sleek design, emphasizing the futuristic mentality the yachting industry is embracing.
Length: 279 feet
BOLD is the Australian shipyard SilverYachts’ largest and most fuel-efficient superyacht build to date. The superyacht has a top speed of 24 knots and a 5,000 nautical mile range. This amazing superyacht features a helipad and a dance floor, and it can accommodate 16 guests and 21 crew members. Making its US debut at the Miami Yacht Show.
Length: 80 feet
The Azimut S8 has a sportier look and also employs carbon technology and uses a triple propulsion system engineered by Volvo to run quietly. The vessel has a maximum speed of 34 knots. Below deck, the yacht can accommodate eight guests and two crew members. Making its US debut at the Miami Yacht Show.
Length: 77 feet
The yacht is Italian shipyard Azimut’s newest flybridge model. The yacht, which was designed by popular Italian designer Alberto Mancini, features the yard’s newest technology, including three Volvo-designed motors and carbon technology. It can accommodate eight guests and two to three crew members. It is making its US debut at the Miami Yacht Show.
Length: 70 feet
Yard: Monte Carlo Yachts
Monte Carlo Yachts, an Italian shipyard, prioritizes luxury by emphasizing customization. The yard’s new collection includes boats that can be tailored to the buyer’s preference, with vessels ranging from 66 feet to 105 feet. The 70-foot version has a maximum speed of 26 knots. This completely customizable Italian flybridge also making its world debut at the Miami Yacht Show.
Length: 62 feet
Yard: Princess Yachts
The vessel has two engines and a top speed of 38 knots. It can accommodate six guests and be customized to accommodate two crew members as well. The layout of the vessel allows for both indoor and outdoor dining and socializing areas. It is making its North American debut at the Miami Yacht Show featuring an electro-hydraulic bathing platform that can launch an 11-foot tender or jet ski when at anchor.
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