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The 2024 Miami International Boat-Discover Boating kicked off on February 14th


Το 2024 Miami International Boat-Discover Boating  ξεκίνησε στις 14 Φεβρουαρίου

The 2024 Miami International Boat Show kicked off Wednesday with tens of thousands expected to attend.

There will be more than 1,000 boats on display, and even VIP superyacht experiences during the 'Discover Boating' show, which concludes on Sunday.

Organizers say the boat show has an economic impact of more than $1 billion and attracts visitors from around the world.


Το 2024 Miami International Boat-Discover Boating  ξεκίνησε στις 14 Φεβρουαρίου

With the Miami International Boat Show, visitors are offered a glimpse into the future of nautical pursuits. The show is a nautical spectacle, with a variety of vessels embodying the pinnacle of nautical innovation.

We present to you some of the boats that will be presented at the show:


AK Yachts ‘Victorious’


The massive 278-foot explorer Victorious will headline this year's 2024 Miami Boat Show.

Filling the harbor at the Miami show's Yacht Haven Grande superyacht show, Victorious hails from the touring shipyard AKYacht and is currently owned by supercar-loving Turkish businessman Vural Ak.

Completed in 2021, with a luxurious interior by British firm H2 Yacht Design, she has room for 24 guests in 12 cabins.

Its cost is $196 million and charter fees can reach up to $950,000 per week.

Azimut Magellano 30M


Azimut's new Magellano 30 Metri was launched in January 2022. The flagship of Azimut's popular explorer range was originally scheduled to debut at the Cannes Boat Show last September, which never happened. Finally, it makes its "world premiere" in Miami. This new 98-foot 30M looks fresh, with a stunning exterior by shipbuilder Ken Freivokh and a glass-rich interior by Vincenzo De Cotiis. With her trademark wooden slats aft of the cockpit and towering hull sides, the yacht is instantly recognizable as being from the Magellano range.

Itama 62 RS


Launched in 2011 with a wave-slicing hull, with the deep 20-degree hull dating back to Itama's classic FiftyFive model from the mid-2000s, this classic 62-footer was completely restyled two years ago. Now showing for the first time in the USA in Miami. Looking like some classic 80's boat from Miami's legendary Thunderboat Row, she has an impressively long front end and impressive power and performance. With two MAN V12 turbo diesels producing 1,400 hp each, the yacht has a top speed of over 40 knots.

Chris-Craft Launch 27, 150th Anniversary Edition


Chris-Craft, America's boat builder since 1874 and a wholly owned subsidiary of Winnebago Industries (NYSE: WGO), is celebrating 150 years of boatbuilding excellence with the introduction of a special anniversary edition of the iconic Launch 27. In 1874, the 13-year-old Christopher Columbus Smith began building wooden skiffs and inboard boats in Algonac, Michigan, and so Chris-Craft was born. Debuting this week at the Miami International Boat Show (February 14-18, 2024), the anniversary boat is the first of two Chris-Craft products to be launched in 2024. The silver-gray hull has a sea blue which was one of the manufacturer's signature colors in the early years.






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