The 31st annual Miami Yacht Show 2019 will be held on February 14-18, 2019, at One Herald Plaza. It’s a key event in the yachting and luxury lifestyle in South Florida.
Yacht owners and future superyacht buyers, decision-makers in the yachting industries and influencers will all be attending the summit.
Here are the first-hand news and sneak peeks to what’s coming, and why you shouldn’t miss it!
This year’s Miami Yacht Show will be held at the new location, One Herald Plaza, just north of Downtown Miami, next to the Adrienne Arsht Center and the Sea Isle Marina.
The location has additional 3,500 parking spaces and added on-land exhibit space. Water taxis will connect mainland location to Super Yacht Miami, the satellite display of extravagant superyacht catering to brokers and their clients at Islands Gardens Deep Harbor on Watson Island.
We are also looking forward to the bigger VIP lounge, which turned out to be a little tight at the 2018 show.
MIAMI BOATING WEEK
The Miami Yacht Show 2019 runs concurrently with the Miami International Boat Show, and the two shows together will create the largest marine event in the world, collectively featuring more than 2,000 boats!
You can purchase a joint ticket, which ensures you the admission to both shows, and you can choose from the several modes of transportation.
BOATS ON DISPLAY
Out of 2,000 boats and more that will be on display at the Miami Yacht Show 2019, here are a couple of yachts we recommend taking a closer look at.
Areti – 197 ft.
Custom built by US yard Trinity Yachts, designed by Geoff van Aller, Areti is a stunning superyacht. Luxurious interior design welcomes 12 guests in six cabins, including a master suite on the upper deck, with floor to ceiling windows, and a separated foredeck. An open plain, made with exotic wood, marble and onyx finishes, make the main saloon simply breathtaking.
Twin Caterpillar 3516 engines produce 3,385hp each and propel Areti to reach a maximum speed of 19 knots and a range of 4,350 miles at 10 knots.
Moonraker – 165 ft.
Built by Italian builder Overmarine, she’s fitted with three MTU engines of over 4,600hp each. That is a colossal total of more than 13,000 horsepower! This allows this 165-feet yacht to reach a maximum speed of 40 knots.
The interior is a work of art (designed by Maxine Tisenbaum and Trevor Kruse) and accommodates up to 10 guests in four staterooms. The exterior lines are designed by Italian designer Stefano Righini.
Natita – 216 ft.
Natita was built by Dutch yard Oceanco and was delivered in 2005, later completely refitted in 2012. She has astonishing 7500 sq. ft. of guest accommodation space. Her full beam 39 feet master suite, additional VIP and four guest cabins really make her stand out. Built to the highest of Northern European standards, fully custom-made, it’s a truly unique superyacht.
Powered by twin Deutz 3016hp diesel engines, Natita cruises at 14.5 knots, while her maximum speed is 16 knots.
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