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Insider’s Guide to the Boat Shows in Miami - 2013

By Jason Y. Wood

United Yacht Sales brings the 2006 Intrepid Robin Joe, a 475 express with four 300-horsepower Mercury Verado outboards. Or check out a 51-foot Rickers Brothers custom sportfish built in 2005.

Gilman Yachts offers the 49-foot Caison Express built in 2010, Reelin and Dealin, as well as the 60-foot Viking Enclosed Bridge Convertible Double Barrel.

Westport Brokerage shows the 65-foot Donzi Blackhawk II. And Bradford marine puts out the Hatteras 70 Tiger VI, as well as the Queenship 87 Caribe Sportfish Mary P, tested by Editor-At-Large Richard Thiel when she was launched in 2001. Scan the QR code to read the review. 

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Gilman Yachts brings a 62-foot Neptunus Flybridge from 2011, a 63-foot Hatteras flying-bridge motoryacht La Parrita, and a 92-foot West Bay named Shore Girl.

The Grand Harbor 66 Always Something makes the scene for Bradford Marine. The brokerage house also brings a 45-foot Sea Ray Sedan Bridge, Fortunate Sun, a 2011 Northcoast Yachts 125; an Azimut 100 from 2000 called Carobelle; and Compromise, a 72-foot Hatteras Motor Yacht built in 2008.

Burger Boat Company shows up with one of its own, the 68-foot, Hargrave-designed Taittinger, an aluminum-hulled semidisplacement motoryacht built in 1980. Burger’s other offerings include the 85-foot Lady Sarah; and Current Issue, a 91-footer.

Rick Obey and Associates is showing up in Miami with five Sunseekers (a 52, a 72, a 108, a 120, and a 121-footer), a Meridian 52, a Sea Ray 68, and a Mangusta 80.

Oceanstyle represents the 2008 Azimut 103 Alma, equipped with 4,400-horsepower MTUs that push her to a jaunty 28-knot top hop. The company also brings a 101-foot Leopard Veloce, a Sun Sport 680 Camelot, the MCP 98 Obrigado, and an Azimut 116.

Westport Brokerage offers the 77-foot Horizon Motoryacht Ventura from 2008 with twin 1,550-horsepower Caterpillar C32s. Westport also has an 81-foot Cheoy Lee CY Yan from 2001; a Fairline 74; Grand Finaley, a Novatec 80; a 90-foot Hargrave, Dolly; The Bees Honey, a 92-foot Tarrab; a 98-foot Queenship Aku Aku; a 98-foot West Bay Protocol; and Dulcinea, a 106-foot raised pilothouse Westport from 2004.

The Dyna 78, Bina, represented by Luke Brown Yachts has a four-stateroom layout and common-rail MAN V-12 diesels for a 21-knot cruise.

Reel Deal Yachts showcases the 92-foot Versilcraft, Happy Day, a 1993 build refit in 2010, as well as the Feadship 78 Elizabeth, and Outta Touch, an Intermarine 105.

Worth Avenue Yachts brings Poupee, a 2007 Azimut 85. 26 north yachts has the 92-foot Cheoy Lee called Yoly

Monocle fractional yachts offers the Hargrave 100 Perfect Harmony. And the Lloyd’s Ships 124 Endless Summer is in attendance courtesy of

Robert J. Cury & Associates shows off Won by Land, a Broward 100 built in 1999, as well as a Hatteras 100 Triple Action; Phaedra, a 122-foot Delta Trideck; a Broward 120 called Sigrun; Relentless, a Trinity 142; the Christensen Trideck 135 Atlantica; and Believe, a Westport 130.

Fraser Yachts displays the 105-foot Holland Jachtbouw Casseiopeia, an aluminum-hulled performance yacht with a top speed of 44 knots. The 110-foot Kingship Relentless, and Ace of Diamonds, a Hakvoort 112, are also there.

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Luke Brown Yachts shows an Alaskan Pilothouse 70 with 2,400 gallons of fuel capacity and crew’s quarters. A 92-foot Citadel Expedition Yacht, also listed by Luke Brown Yachts, Miss Lisa is a versatile cruiser boasting a range of 4,000 miles.

Bradford Marine has a 75-foot Fleming cockpit motoryacht built in 2002. Yorel’s pilothouse offers twin Stidd helm seats and tremendous views of whatever port of call she’s steered to.

Displayed by Atlantis Yacht Sales, La Belle Yvette is an 84-foot Kuipers Woudsend BV from 2002 that’s ready to cruise the world, with an 8,300-gallon fuel capacity.