Set to open its doors tomorrow, on February 11, the 2016 Yachts Miami Beach, previously known as Yacht and Brokerage Show in Miami Beach, will host some of the most spectacular yachts in the world. Below is a selection of luxury vessels expected to be showcased at this eagerly awaited event.
During the event, the Island Gardens Marina will be hosting SILVER FAST. This super-sleek, innovative, fuel efficient 252-foot vessel represents the fourth and most advanced yacht in the SILVERYACHTS series. She builds on the success and experience of the multi- award winning SILVER, SILVER ZWEI and SMERALDA.
The impressive 66m (216’) NATITA will be also showcased at the event. Her luxurious interiors by Alberto Pinto offer accommodation in a generous full-beam 12m (39’) master suite, as well as additional VIP cabin and four guest cabins.
The 2012 PAPI DI PAPI will be another jewel of the sea to be present at the Show. She was designed by ISA & Andrea Vallicelli, with interiors created by Francesco Paszkowski. She features a 6 stateroom arrangement with large interior spaces and extensive external areas, including the trademark double staircase aft, a beach area, as well as gorgeous sundeck.
One of the many luxury yachts to be displayed by Hargrave at the Show will be SEAFARER. This beautiful 101-foot vessel stands out with her aft deck enclosure, walk around decks, open fly bridge with spa, country kitchen and four spacious staterooms, including a His and Her bath.
Ferretti 960 will be one of 14 luxury yachts to be showcased by Ferretti Group America at the 2016 Yachts Miami Beach. The largest planning pleasure boat that Ferretti has ever built, she is the first Ferretti with the owner’s suite positioned on the main deck, which is a feature that is most likely to be on larger vessels. The vessel offers numerous solutions and attributes which usually are reserved for vessels measuring over 100 feet in length, including three crew cabins of which one is exclusively for the captain, as well as a separate access to the crew quarters directly from the galley.