28TH ANNUAL YACHTS MIAMI BEACH SET FOR FEB 11-15, 2016

Yachts Miami Beach

 

January 10, 2016

Miami Beach’s premier in-water luxury yacht show to feature  stunning display of more than 500 yachts

Yachts Miami Beach, formerly known as the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach, is set to take place Feb. 11-15, 2016, along Collins Avenue across from the legendary Fontainebleau and Eden Roc hotels, a location it has called home for 28 years.

Two different boat shows take place in Miami and Miami Beach during Presidents’ Day weekend in February. Show Management produces Yachts Miami Beach and co-owns it with the Florida Yacht Brokers Association. It is completely separate from the Miami International Boat Show.  

Known as Miami Beach’s premier in-water luxury yacht show, Yachts Miami Beach attracts thousands of people from around the world to a spectacular display of yachts and marine products, including more than 500 new and brokerage yachts and a wide array of the latest marine technology and accessories, valued at more than $1 billion. In addition to the remarkable display of yachts, the show offers floating cocktail lounges, food and live musical entertainment.

Picture of 2015 Yachts Miami Beach boat show Covering more than 1.2 million square feet of space, Yachts Miami Beach spans more than a mile-long strip of the Indian Creek Waterway from 41st Street to 54th Street along Collins Avenue.

An additional Yachts Miami Beach location at Island Gardens Deep Harbour Marina on Watson Island will feature a limited selection of superyachts from companies including Burgess, Moran Yacht & Ship, Norwood and Ocean Independence. Once completed, the new marina will be able to accommodate 35 to 75 yachts from 80 to 550 feet, the largest collection of slips for yachts of this size in South Florida and North America’s only marina exclusively designed for superyachts.

Transportation will be available from Yachts Miami Beach on Collins Avenue to Island Gardens Deep Harbour on Watson Island.

Yachts Miami Beach is managed, produced and co-owned by Show Management and co-owned and sponsored by the Florida Yacht Brokers Association (FYBA).  For more information, call 954-764-7642 or 800=940-7642, or visit ShowManagement.com. Like Yachts Miami Beach on Facebook at bit.ly/YachtsMiamiBeach, follow the show on Twitter at twitter.com/boatshowupdates, connect on Instagram at instagram.com/boatshowphotos and tune into Boat Show TV at youtube.com/showmanagement.

 

 

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