Preparations under way for Yacht & Brokerage Show

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The 27th annual Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach is set to take place Feb. 12-16 along Collins Avenue across from the Fontainebleau and Eden Roc hotels.

More than 500 new and brokerage yachts and a wide array of the latest marine technology and accessories, valued at more than $1 billion, will be on display along the Indian Creek Waterway from 41st Street to 52nd Street.

The show is an important event for Miami-Dade County's marine industry. According to a 2014 economic impact study, Dade County's marine industry had an estimated economic impact of $768 million in gross output, including more than $278 million in wages and earnings and an associated 7,776 jobs.

These are the 10 largest yachts that are scheduled to appear at this year's show:

• 187-foot Lady Linda, built by Trinity Yachts, will be on display with International Yacht Collection at ramp 17; slips 101-105,123-125.

• 165-foot Moonraker, built by Mangusta, will be on display with Overmarine USA at ramp 24.

• 164-foot La Pellegrina, built by Guy Couach, will be on display with Denison Yacht Sales at ramp 2, MegaYacht Row 4-9, 30-32.

• 160-foot Match Point, built by Christensen, will be on display with International Yacht Collection at ramp 17; slips 101-105,123-125.

• 160-foot Odessa, built by Christensen, will be on display with Merle Wood & Associates at ramp 17; slips 201-208.

• 157-foot Imagine, built by Trinity Yachts, will be on display with International Yacht Collection at ramp 17; slips 101-105,123-125.

• 156-foot Themis, built by Trinity Yachts, will be on display with Robert J. Cury & Associates at ramp 11; slips 606-613.

• 151-foot Katya, built by Delta, will be on display with Florida Yachts International at ramp 13; slip 506.

• 150-foot Blue Ice, built by Palmer Johnson, will be on display with Gaspard Yachts/YachtEZ at ramp 2; MegaYacht Row 38.

• 150-foot Claire, built by Trinity Yachts, will be on display with Merle Wood & Associates at ramp 17; slips 201-208.

The show is managed, produced and co-owned by Show Management and co-owned and sponsored by the Florida Yacht Brokers Association. Show Management and Soundings Trade Only are owned by Active Interest Media.

The lineup of yachts at the show is subject to change. ShowManagement.com will have the most up-to-date list.

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