The yearly Miami Boat Show takes place on February 13 - 17 in the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin. The latest developments in yacht industry are to be presented on the event as part of Progressive®Insurance Miami International Boat Show 2020 which is organized by the West Marine company.
In the exhibition halls, visitors will be able to not only see but also purchase new motor and sail yachts, fishing boats, trip boats, catamarans, accessories, equipment, etc.
The most anticipated models in 2020:
1. D34 by De Antonio Yachts. It is a cruiser with large open spaces on the deck, stern and bow. The main advantage is the almost silent engine which is also very economical to maintain.
2. 24XO by Regulator is equipped with Yamaha XF425 engine and is perfect for shallow water maneuvering, fishing and boat trips.
3. Scarab 285 ID by Beneteau is the largest and fastest trip cutter. The control room is equipped with Medallion sensor screen. The ship’s top speed is 54mph and it accelerates from 0 to 30mph in 4.74 sec.
4. 191 MSRP by NauticStar is the new Hybrid series boat. The best part of this boat for the customer is the price (less than 30.000$) which also includes trailer.
5. LY 650 by Lexus. This new and luxurious yacht allows the company to go further than the automobile industry. It is a 65ft-long vessel of excellent productivity and sound suppression.
In addition to that, during the show in Miami you can see:
— Largest & Most Expensive Yacht — Sunreef 80;
— Largest Catamaran — Sunreef 80;
— Largest Monohull — 64 Jeanneau;
— Boating Magazine’s 2019 Boat of the Year — Solace 345;
— A Boat for Every Budget — NauticStar 191 Hybrid ($30.000).
Among the exhibits the samples from Azimut, Beneteau, Prestige, Sailfish, Boston Whaler, SeaHunter, Viking and many others. Test drives of Bali Catamarans, Gemini Catamarans and Fountaine-Pajot catamarans will take place on piers 8 an 9. Moreover, guests will be able to attend lectures and seminars and learn about the yachting sport from the best lecturers and sportsmen.
This year the show will attract more than 100 000 participants and guests from all around the world. There will be a free water taxi from the city center to the exhibition hall. The organizers invested more than $1.7million in water transport to reduce traffic jams and deliver passengers comfortably.
“Our transportation services are free and comfortable. The guests will be delivered right to the show from the Miami center” — says Larry Berryman, the director of Miami International Boat Show.