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After the acquisition of the Palm Beach Boat Show by Informa earlier this month, all eyes are on the next instalment of America’s superyacht showcase. With some of the latest and greatest yachts heading to Palm Beach this week, we take a look at the largest superyachts set to arrive at the dock from March 23 - 26.
Known worldwide as the largest yacht display in the superyacht community calendar, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is set to open its doors next week to a market of increasingly qualified buyers. In order to get an idea of what’s on display, we’ve provided a round-up of the five largest superyachts available for sale at the show.
During discussions with various clients, the A Group - naval architects behind the 101m superyacht I Dynasty - have taken the client consensus that superyacht layouts can be complex, with numerous repeated spaces which are rarely used. The A470 is a new concept by The A Group which bucks the trend in terms of interior arrangement.
While the close of 2014 draws near and a new year approaches, it has emerged that Kusch Yachts yesterday presented a brand-new addition to the global superyacht fleet with the successful launch of the 101 metre V853 motor yacht.
Superyacht Ona has been a highly secretive yacht since her launch in 2005, however, Burgess has now announced that the 66m motor yacht has been sold and renamed Natita.
The 92.38m mega yacht Tatoosh is now for sale with Fraser Yachts. Built in 2000 by Nobiskrug shipyard, the stunning yacht features exterior styling by Kusch Yachts and interior design by Terence Disdale.