To help their exhibitors cater to the growing sector of megayachts, Show Management and Florida Yacht Brokers Association have added a Superyacht Miami venue at the Miami Beach Marina in South Pointe. This marina can accommodate boats up to 250′, which the mile-long segment from 41st to 54th on Collins Avenue where the show predominantly takes place, can’t. Of course, luxury transportation will be provided, shuttling prospective buyers between the two locations.
“We are delighted with the positive response and early commitment from prominent brokers who specialize in the superyacht sector,” said Show Management CEO Efrem (Skip) Zimbalist III. “The launch of Superyacht Miami is the first step in accommodating yachts larger than ever before seen at this show.”
Among the luxury superyacht brokerage firms expected at Superyacht Miami are Worth Avenue Yachts, Camper & Nicholsons, HMY, Northrop & Johnson, Merle Wood & Associates, and Burgess Yachts. The 2014 Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach runs at the same time as The Miami Boat Show at the Miami Beach Convention Center, which runs February 13- 17 this year.
The megayachts that will be docking at the Miami Beach Marina are like those seen in Haute Living’s Haute Yachts section. Take a look.