The superyachts in attendance at the Miami Yacht Show

The Miami Yacht Show ran from the 15th-19th of February and has finished ...

The superyachts in attendance at the Miami Yacht Show

February 20, 2018

Written by Maria Korotaeva

The Miami Yacht Show ran from the 15th-19th of February and has finished celebrating its 30th edition with an incredible display of over 500 vessels from internationally renowned shipbuilders. Visitors were treated to some of the most exceptional superyachts of recent years, available for sale or for charter:

Miami Yacht Show 2018 – Island Gardens Deep Harbour. Photo credit Ron Raffety


Quite EssentialHeesen

A finalist in multiple awards for her bespoke furnishings and interior and exterior design at the Showboats Design Award 2012, luxury yacht QUITE ESSENTIAL is a visual delight from Omega Architects as well as Ken Freivokh and Michela Reverberi Design, who worked on her exterior and her interior styling respectively. Her facilities pamper guests with a swimming pool fed by a waterfall, a massage room and a skylounge fitted with a grand piano and a fireplace.



Mine GamesBenetti

Built in 2010 and refitted in 2015, 62m/203ft MINE GAMES from Benetti has an impressive range of 8,000 nautical miles and her exterior styling is the work of internationally acclaimed designer Stefano Natucci. The interiors from Studio Massari are just as splendid and while on board up to 12 guests have at their fingertips a Turkish bath, alfresco gym, a Jacuzzi, a helipad and a baby grand piano.

Mine Games

Double DownCodecasa

Towering over five decks, 65m/214ft superyacht DOUBLE DOWN is the largest Codecasa superyacht ever built and she is excellent for hosting dockside events or spending extended periods at sea. Her 2016 refitted interiors are timelessly styled and contain a cinema, a massive beach club and a gym, plus accommodation for up to 20 guests.

Double Down – Jacuzzi spa pool

Gene MachineAmels

From its popular Limited Editions range Amels displayed the 55m/180ft motor yacht GENE MACHINE, capable of a top speed of 16 knots, a cruising speed of 13 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles. Her exteriors were styled by Tim Heywood and Enzo Enea produced her beautiful interiors, while her amenities include a Jacuzzi helipad, beach club and a fold-down terrace in the Master suite.

Gene Machine

MQ2 Feadship

This classic Feadship superyacht was built in 1990 and last updated in 2015 for the latest in entertainment and navigational technology. Her pale interiors have a beach club vibe for laid-back family holidays and her status as an Approved RYA Water Sports Centre ensures that everyone on board can learn how to jet ski during the cruise.



Other luxury yachts in attendance include SILVER CLOUD (Abeking & Rasmussen), DREAMER (Hargrave), ELEMENT and BALISTA (Cantieri di Pisa), GREY MATTERS (Palmer Johnson), USHER (Delta Marine), NEVER ENOUGH (Trinity Yachts), SILVER LINING (Christensen), SUNRISE (Oceanco).

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