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When it comes to sheer superyacht star power in Miami, it’s hard to compete with the superyachts that motored into Miami for the Super Bowl. But when it comes to being able to easily tour umpteen $billions worth of luxury yachts in one place, the Super Bowl doesn’t even come close to the Miami Yacht Show that starts today and runs through Monday. Over 400 new and pre-owned yachts on display including superyachts and world debuts and here are my top 11 must-see yachts at this year’s show.
BOLD (US Debut)
BOLD is the largest and most aggressive superyacht the Australian-based Silveryachts has ever built.
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Bella Vita (charters for $700,000 per week)
This 248-foot-long superyacht built by Lurssen has all the toys and charters for roughly $700,000 per week.
Miss Moneypenny (for sale approx. $15,500,000)
This yacht is known for its stylish Italian exterior and a simple modern interior, with a beautiful bleached-teak wood floors and limed oak paneling throughout. Accommodation for up to nine guests is available.
Azimut Verve 47 (World Debut)
The Verve 47 was designed specifically for the American market, arriving on the scene as an emblem of the Italian Weekender: a fast and high-performance yacht. Its second cabin lends itself well to longer stays on board, allowing guests to spread out in relaxing surroundings. Verve 47 comes equipped with quadruple outboard engines, thanks to which it is capable of reaching a maximum speed of 45 knots.
Hatteras Yachts GT65 Carolina (World Debut)
The Hatteras GT65 Carolina delivers a fresh new look for Hatteras Yachts’ proven GT Series. Like all Hatteras GT Series boats, the GT65 Carolina is engineered and built for serious offshore fishing with advanced resin-infusion construction technology to handle rough conditions offshore.
Monte Carlo Yachts MCY 70 (World Debut)
The brand new MCY 70 combines sophisticated Italian design with cutting-edge technological know-how. According to the company, this new concept follows and perfectly embodies their values and the mission to redefine the meaning of luxury.
Princess Yachts Princess S62 (North American Debut)
The new S62‘s combines an optimized hull form and powerful engines to be capable of hitting speeds up to 38 knots. It also has an electro-hydraulic swim platform, sociable galley arrangement features and plenty of space for guests.
Sirena 58 Coupé (World Debut)
The Sirena 58 Coupé is the direct result of Sirena’s response to U.S. customers who have expressed a preference for an “express” style yacht. While Sirena’s existing 58 is already the most successful yacht in the builder’s portfolio.
Navetta 52 and 58 (U.S. Debut)
Navetta is known for building stylish and ultra comfortable yachts. And the Navetta 52 and 58’s that are making their U.S. Debut in Miami ooze style and comfort.
Invictus GT 370 (U.S. Debut)
The GT 370 is equipped with 430 horsepower engines, a distinctive reverse bow and comfortable accommodations.
Bertram 50 Express Yacht (U.S. Debut)
Offering a lower helm, two stateroom + two head layout, the Bertram 50‘ is ideal for boaters of all kind, and all regions. She offers an optional open or convertible design. The 50 pushes to be a little bolder, drive a little further, and stand up to anything the seas can dream up. Bertram Yachts dealer Denison Yachting will be displaying the boat at the 2020 Miami Yacht Show.
Copyright: Bill Springer – Forbes.com
Imagen propiedad de: Superyacht Bold and its support vessels GUILLAUME PLISSON