The 2017 edition of Yachts Miami Beach will present CruiserPort, a designated area within the boat show that promotes the cruising-under-power lifestyle through free boating seminars taught by industry professionals.
Yachts Miami Beach
Yachts Miami Beach showcases hundreds of new and used yachts and superyachts built by the world's foremost custom builders. The event is held annually in February at the same time as the Miami International Boat Show.
British boat manufacturer Fairline Yachts will debut the third variant in its 53-foot range, the Squadron 53, in the United States in the new-boat section of Yachts Miami Beach, which is set to take place Feb. 16-20 on Collins Avenue.
Yachts Miami Beach organizers released a sneak peek at an early roster of boats slated to make their world or U.S. debut at the show, which is set to take place Feb. 16-20 along Collins Avenue.
Details of Yachts Miami Beach, slated to return to Collins Avenue Feb. 16-20 with a completely revamped layout, are emerging regarding the new ticketed entrances and a new VIP area, as well as enhanced transportation by water and land.
Yachts Miami Beach 2017, which will take place Feb. 16-20 along Collins Avenue, will have five entrances in its new layout, each with an information booth and graphics to help visitors find their way.
Sirena Yachts said the Sirena 56 will make its world debut and the Sirena 64 will make its U.S. debut at the Feb. 16-20 Yachts Miami Beach.
Yachts Miami Beach will introduce a new look and layout when the show returns Feb. 16-20 next year on Collins Avenue, across from the legendary Fontainebleau and Eden Roc hotels.
The 29th annual Yachts Miami Beach will introduce a new look and layout for 2017.
Yachts Miami Beach will return to Collins Avenue Feb. 16-20 with a completely revamped layout, several entrances in conjunction with a first-time entrance fee and beefed-up transportation to get attendees to and from the show. Attendance, formerly free, now will cost $20.
Yachts Miami Beach will return in 2017 with a completely revamped layout, several entrances, beefed-up transportation to get attendees to and from the show and the ability to walk the show from the docks, not just the sidewalk.