Miami 2014 Guide
For bringing along family and friends, motoryachts are hard to beat. If the interior volume doesn’t do it for you, the flying bridge, roomy cockpit, and top-flight amenities make these boats really shine.
Outer Reef will see the U.S. premiere of its 630 Motoryacht in Miami. Also the company will be showing the 860 Cockpit Motoryacht introduced at Ft. Lauderdale last year.
The Ocean Alexander 90 Flybridge is going to make some waves, thanks to a huge flying bridge atop a classic profile.
If you’re looking for range, performance, and comfort all rolled into one, check out the Marlow 62E and get a sense of what you could enjoy on your next extended cruise. Marlow will also be showing a 66E and perhaps a larger yacht as well.
Sea Ray will have a big debut at the show—the 650 FLY. Following the launch of its 510 FLY at last year’s Lauderdale show, the arrival of the 650 Fly shows that Sea Ray is targeting the large-boat segment.
The Prestige 620S has made a splash around the world and will be coming to Miami to show off her sportbridge and clean lines.
Tried-and-true boatbuilder Grand Banks will have its new 43 Heritage EU on display, a boat that has all the comfort, luxury, and range you can ask for, along with a 22-knot top speed to get you home when you need it.
The Belize 54 Daybridge takes the capable cruising hull of the Belize 54 Sedan and adds a well-proportioned bridgedeck for more alfresco fun.
Funny how evolution works. When you sit in the cool air-conditioned comfort of the flying bridge on the Riviera 50 Enclosed Flybridge, you’ll see what we mean.
The design of the forward-thinking Cheoy Lee Alpha 87 Sportbridge is something to see, and it starts with the command seats at her lower helm. Cheoy Lee’s 88 bravo is worth a close inspection.
For those who love catarmaran design, the Horizon PC60 Skylounge will be making her U.S. debut in Miami. She may also be of interest to those interested in efficient cruising and an excellent layout with huge amounts of onboard space.
You will really need to see the foredeck area on the Azimut 84 Fly to believe it: Get out front for some fun in the sun.
We don’t understand anyone who looks at a motoryacht and doesn’t insist on visiting the flying bridge. And while the Ferretti 750 is plenty of boat without it, the upper deck helps push her over the top.
Huge expanses of glass highlight the saloon of the new Princess S72, the lead boat in a new line from this respected British builder.
The Hampton 640 Endurance is an efficient cruising hull loaded with smart features.
The Hargrave 101 will put this builder’s attention to custom detail on display. And have a look at the Monte Fino 80 for a glimpse of European style.