The 30th edition of the newly renamed Miami Yacht Show on Collins Avenue (Feb. 15 to 19) will include the worldwide show debut of Amels’ Here Comes the Sun at the event’s new Island Gardens Deep Harbour Marina megayacht location on Watson Island. At 272 feet, the yacht will be tied up in the berth reserved for the largest yacht—Berth A1. Not only is Here Comes the Sun the biggest vessel to appear at the Miami show, but it’s also the biggest to be delivered by Dutch shipyard Amels to date.
Fresh out of Genoa, Italy, comes news of Tankoa Yachts’ most recent concept: The 174-foot S533 Saetta planing superyacht. Most superyachts of this size feature displacement or semi-displacement hulls, but the Tankoa yard and noted designer Francesco Paszkowski have penned one of the few fast planing yachts—featuring a planing hull that travels on top of the water instead of displacing it—in this size range.
Barcelona’s private OneOcean Port Vell marina will play host to the yachting world’s newest superyacht show this May. Scheduled for May 2 to 5 along this Mediterranean quay, the Superyacht Show strives to create an event conducive to superyacht consumers and their representatives, whether buying or looking for the perfect yacht to charter.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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