The following is text of a news release from the Miami Yacht Show:
(MIAMI) — From the big game to big yachts, Miami furthers its allure as a destination for world-class events as the 32nd annual Miami Yacht Show pulls into port Presidents’ Day weekend, Feb. 13-17, with over 400 extraordinary and uniquely designed new and pre-owned yachts on display, including 15 debuts.
The 2020 show will unveil some of the year’s most striking and luxurious new yachts, including the U.S. debut of SilverYachts’ 278-foot Bold, the show’s largest superyacht; the world debut of Hatteras Yacht’s highly anticipated GT65; and the world debut of Monte Carlo Yachts’ MCY 70 Skylounge, the first model of the new MCY Collection, among others. Azimut Yachts will also showcase 18 yachts, including three U.S. debuts – the Azimut 78, Azimut S8 and Azimut Grande 32 Metri – as well as the world premiere of the Azimut Verve 47.
Expanding its international portfolio, which includes luxury yacht builders and brokers from over 32 countries, the Miami Yacht Show will welcome yachts from new exhibitors this year, including Australia’s largest luxury boatbuilder Riviera Yachts; Dubai-based Majesty Yachts, and Taiwanese shipyard Horizon Yachts. Italian shipyard Invictus Yacht is also making its U.S. debut at the Miami Yacht Show, introducing Invictus Yacht USA and the U.S. debut of its GT370 model at its first American boat show.
Miami Yacht Show’s Superyacht Miami, located on Island Gardens Deep Harbour Marina on Watson Island, which can accommodate yachts up to 400 feet, will be transformed into an exclusive destination displaying megayachts such as Bold; 248-foot Bella Vita by Lurssen; 163-foot Miss Moneypenny V by Overmarine; 164-foot Hospitality by Westport Yachts; 161-foot Hunter by Trinity Yachts; and 154-foot Usher by Delta Marine.
Other superyachts displayed at the Miami Yacht Show will include the 163-foot Thunder Yacht by Oceanfast; the 100-foot Rutli E by Benetti; and the 100-foot Mb3 by Hargrave.