Launch party set for Miami Yacht & Brokerage Show

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Sunset Harbour Yacht Club is joining with Show Management and Haute Living magazine to host the official launch party for the 2014 Yacht & Brokerage Show from 7-9:30 p.m. on Feb.12 at the yacht club in Miami Beach.

The invite-only, VIP cocktail event promises to be an unforgettable evening of luxury featuring gourmet passed hors d'oeuvres, VIP wine lounges aboard several luxury yachts and an automobile showcase by Range Rover, courtesy of Warren Henry.

Around the pool, guests can kick back in the ultra-chic Range Rover VIP lounge or sip super-premium spirits at bars by Zacapa Rum, Monte Carlo Vodka, LIQS and Rekorderlig Cider. Attendees can refresh and recharge at Vita Coco Hydration Stations while enjoying unique music and live performances by special guests.

The event is co-hosted by Show Management director of marketing Steve Sheer, April Donelson of Haute Living, Dana Rhoden of The Dana Agency, Doug Mason of the yacht club, Warren Henry Auto Group and YachtAid Global.

Show Management and Soundings Trade Only are owned by Active Interest Media.

Every year, the Yacht & Brokerage Show transforms Collins Avenue into a multimillion-dollar presentation of brokerage yachts, including the world's most extraordinary and uniquely designed vessels from the world's foremost boatbuilders and brokerage houses.

“We are looking forward to our fourth annual kickoff party at Sunset Harbour Yacht Club reserved exclusively for the Yacht & Brokerage Show’s VIPs,” Sheer said. “We look forward to this event all year long and it sets the pace for the entire show.”

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