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News: Stand-Out Yachts On Display At 2024 Miami Boat Show

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  1. Select Yachts For Sale At 2024 Miami Boat Show
    The 2024 edition of the Miami International Boat Show is quickly approaching. This year's iteration is going to open its doors on the 14th of February and run through the 18th. It isn't the Monaco Yacht Show where you expect to see 250+ foot yachts at the docks but on the smaller end of the industry there is vigor and enthusiasm as well. The show takes place across various locations, with the on-land part of the event taking place at the Miami Beach Convention Center and Pride Park, and the in-water features set across Sea Isle Marina, One Herald Plaza, Museum Park Marina, and IGY Yacht Haven Grande at Island Gardens.
  2. Here we will look at some of the yachts you are expected to see while visiting this year's Miami International Boat Show. The first is likely to be the largest attending the show this year coming in the form of the 50.5-meter Trinity-built "Sapphire". This Trinity was built in 2009 with an exterior done in house by the yard and an interior by James Mcfarlane. The aluminum build perhaps would have been known better under her previous name as "Red Sapphire". The semi-displacement yacht features power by MTU utilizing twin MTU 16V 4000 M90s. Top speed is around 23-knots. On the interior there are as many as 7 cabins where if necessary up to 20 guests can be slept. Sapphire is for sale presently.
  3. Since we are in the 50-meter range the Oceanfast 50.1-meter "High Occupancy" is also anticipated to be at the show for sale. With a design all-around by the legendary Jon Bannenberg this vessel brings a sense of style that isn't the current modus. Built in 1989, this yacht was a high performance build being powered by powerful triple MTUs and she was capable of nearly 30-knots at the top end. 6 cabins onboard sleep 12 guests.
  4. The 2008-built Westport "All Inn" comes in at 39.60-meters with its design penned by Gregory C Marshall. She is part of the very popular Westport 130 line. Capable of accommodating 10 guests in 5 cabins, All Inn will take her guests to their next destination in prompt style. With dual MTU power onboard and a top-end of 28-knots making a quick sprint between multiple coastal locations is ideal for this particular yacht. She is also for sale.
  5. "Grateful" will be one of the newer options you could look at during the show. She is a 2023-built member of the Benetti Oasis 34 series. With a design by RWD on the exterior the ultimate social area on this class of yacht is no doubt on the aft main-lower decks where Benetti has created the well-known open-concept beach club. With a top speed of 16.5-knots thanks to her MTU engines and carrying just 10 guests in 5 cabins Grateful is also available for sale.
  6. There is a 2019-built Ocean Alexander on offer called "Gigi IV". The 34-meter has an exterior design by Gregory C Marshall and has a 10 guest capacity in five cabins on the interior. That interior was drawn by Evan K Marshall. This Ocean Alexander 112 is also for sale and will be in attendance at the show.
  7. A Custom Line 106 is anticipated to be on display at the show. Coming in at just under 33-meters, the Francesco Paszkowski-designed yacht can accommodate 10 guests in 5 cabins as well. This particular model offers patrons a matured but sportive design which is not simply based on style but performance. This yacht with its MTU power can produce near 26-knot speeds when commanded.
  8. Certainly one of the more bolder designs that will be on display will come in the form of the WallyWHY150. This is the second WallyWHY coming after the WallyWHY200. The different exterior form is thanks to Studio Vallicelli Design. Onboard up to 8 guests can be slept with the master cabin being forward in the bow dominated by the wrap-around bow glazing providing a unique perspective for this particular room. The 79-foot yacht has around 150 GT of internal volume. Triple Volvo Penta engines give her a sprint speed of 23-knots. The first hull was completed in 2023.

    For more information:

    Miami International Boat Show
    1 Herald Plaza, Miami,
    FL 33132, United States

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