Yachts Miami Beach Is Bigger And Better In 2016

Yachts Miami Beach Is Bigger And Better In 2016

By HMY Contributor   January 12, 2016

Formerly known as the Yacht and Brokerage Show, Yachts Miami Beach will soon transform Collins Avenue into a multi-million-dollar exhibition of yachts, running February 11-15. Some of the world's most spectacular and exceptionally designed yachts and superyachts from the most highly regarded boat builders in the industry will be featured. The 28th Annual in-water-only display presentation covers more than 1.2 million square feet of space over a mile-long strip of Indian Creek Waterway, showcasing more than 500 new and pre-owned vessels valued at more than a billion dollars.

This year, Yachts Miami Beach has an unprecedented amount of boat and yacht companies on display for attendees. From fishing boats to high performance luxury yachts, sailboats and schooners, Yachts Miami Beach will feature a strong collection of exhibitors. The free show also offers a wide array of the latest marine technology, accessories and products. HMY Yacht Sales will have more than 20 brokerage sportfish and motor yachts on display at the upcoming Yachts Miami Beach Show. View the complete fleet lineup here.

Enhancing the yacht show atmosphere will be popular floating cocktail lounges making for lively gathering places for attendees to enjoy food and musical entertainment. The area surrounding the show boasts some of the hottest hotels and restaurants in Miami Beach making the vibe at Yachts Miami Beach one that you absolutely won’t want to miss.

Many people question whether or not Yachts Miami Beach is the same as the Miami International Boat show - it isn't. Though they both take place annually during the second weekend in February they are two distinctly different boat shows. Yachts Miami Beach takes place along Collins Avenue from 41st to 54th Streets in Miami Beach. Show Management produces the show and co-owns it with the Florida Yacht Brokers Association (FYBA). This show, now in its 28th year, is completely independent of the Miami International Boat Show, which is owned and produced by the National Marine Manufacturers Association.


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