Miami 2014 Guide
For boaters looking to cast off the lines and point the bow to the horizon, a long-range cruiser is the vessel of choice, and we can see why: They combine efficiency, onboard comfort, and salty good looks, and there will be plenty of them on the docks in Miami.
Kadey-Krogen will have their 58 on display along with their new 44 AE, the company’s new iteration of their popular Krogen 44.
Check out two vessels from the Azimut Magellano line, the 43ht and the brand-spanking new 53, both of which feature the company’s dual-hull-mode design that provides efficiency at displacement speeds while also allowing the boat to get up on plane when needed.
The eco-friendly Greenline 40 will be on display. Available with a groundbreaking hybrid propulsion system and bevy of environmentally friendly features, this boat may point toward the future of life on the water.
Aquila Power catamarans, the company whose boats have kept MarineMax Vacations charter guests afloat and happy for some years now, is branching out on its own and will be introducing two new models at the show, the new Aquila 48, a three-cabin catamaran with a private owner’s suite, and the all-new Aquila 44, the 48’s “little sister.”
The Cranchi Eco Trawler 53 LD has tons of livable space. And with a 740-gallon fuel capacity and 214-gallon water capacity, she’s more than ready for a long voyage.