Seven yachts to see at the Miami International Boat Show

The Miami International Boat Show, which will return to the Miami Beach Convention Center – powered by West Marine – returns after a hiatus. The show started on Wednesday and will continue until Sunday. Its six locations include Sea Isle Marina, Island Gardens Marina Superyachts and the Miami Beach Convention Center. We have chosen five boats that are really worth seeing. Gene Machine and Gene Chaser55m Damen Yachting The 55m Amels 180 Gene Machine and 55m Yacht Support YS 5009 Gene Chaser will be on display at this year’s Miami Yacht Show at the Island Gardens venue. Both vessels are owned by billionaire Dr. Jonathan Rothberg and are a prime example of the diversity within Damen Yachting’s yachting fleet. Gene Chaser combines a dedication to science and technology with life on board. A floating laboratory set up for specialist scientists and research. Gene Machine is a world cruiser, taking the family everywhere from the Bahamas to the Arctic Circle and having notably converted its main living room into a laboratory in 2017 to collect water samples around the world and more recently used in the development of an at – home coronavirus test kit called ‘Detect’. Spritz 10231m Alpha Custom YachtsAlpha Custom Yachts is a Turkish start-up that will make its Miami Show debut with the Spritz 102. The 31m yacht can accommodate 10 guests in five cabins – two twin cabins, two queen cabins and the absolutely stunning master cabin. Well laid out at water level and lots of light. The living room is isolated from the hull of the boat, which makes it possible to have no noise or vibration. The boat was designed by Italian Giorgio Cassetta. It is capable of reaching a maximum speed of 12 knots and cruising at 10 knots. It has a range of 2,500 nautical miles.Sunseeker 88 Yacht26mSunseekerThe Sunseeker 88 is based on the yard’s popular 86 model, it has impressive exterior lines, new for the brand, and a stylish hardtop with an optional central opening awning . Powered by two MTU 10V 2000s as standard, she can accommodate eight guests and four crew in absolute luxury and comfort, reaching speeds of up to 28 knots. The 88 Yacht features a spacious beach club and an innovative X-TEND™ sunbed that converts to face aft at water level or when raised forward in the cockpit. Azimut Yachts 68 Fly21mAzimut YachtsThe latest model in the Flybridge collection is the Azimut 68. The shipyard offers the new Azimut 68 with three possible main deck configurations, plus multifunctional space, each with a particular lifestyle in mind. Exterior designer Alberto Mancini designed the Azimut 68 as a further renewal of his signature styling, sculpting the surfaces to achieve a sporty, modern design, a more common approach in sports car design. The interiors are designed by Achille Salvagni. He also designed the outdoor furniture. The Volvo IPS 1350 twin pod propulsion package carries the Azimut 68 up to a fast top speed of 32 knots. Pardo E6016m Pardo YachtsThe Pardo Endurance 60 interprets a new design philosophy. The key is its performance-oriented long-distance design without sacrificing safety and low fuel consumption. Making her US debut in Miami, the 16m features the large opening windows and the two folding side sundecks, allowing life on board always under the open sky. The vertical bow is designed for choppy waters, making it perfect for extended cruises. She can accommodate six guests in three cabins and has a top speed of 25 knots. Ferretti Yachts 50015mFerretti YachtsA sleek design and spacious spaces arranged according to the tastes of the owner: the beauty of feeling at home, surrounded by the sea. Ferretti Yachts 500 embodies the values ​​expressed by the Just Like Home claim: comfort, Italian style, timeless design and know-how. The yacht is the result of a collaboration between the strategic product committee led by Mr. Piero Ferrari, the engineering department of the Ferretti Group, the architect Filippo Salvetti for the exteriors and Ideaitalia for the new interior concept. Historically, the Miami International Boat Show, Miami Yacht Show, and SuperYacht Miami have brought over 100,000 visitors from approximately 35 countries around the world to South Florida while generating approximately $1.34 billion for the state. , which is equivalent to the impact of hosting nearly three Super Bowls. Credits: Azimut Yachts, Damen Yachting, Denison, Ferretti Yachts, Miami International Boat Show, Sunseeker

February 17, 2022