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Yachts Miami Beach lists 10 largest superyachts set for show

The 29th annual Yachts Miami Beach released the names of the 10 largest superyachts that will be presented at the luxury yacht show.
Axioma, a 236-foot Dunya, will be the largest superyacht at the Yachts Miami Beach Superyacht Miami, an invitation-only exhibit at Island Gardens Deep Harbour on Watson Island.

Axioma, a 236-foot Dunya, will be the largest superyacht at the Yachts Miami Beach Superyacht Miami, an invitation-only exhibit at Island Gardens Deep Harbour on Watson Island.

The 29th annual Yachts Miami Beach released the names of the 10 largest superyachts that will be presented at the luxury yacht show, which is set to take place Feb. 16-20 along Collins Avenue across from the Fontainebleau and Eden Roc hotels.

For the second year, the show will display more than 20 superyachts at Island Gardens Deep Harbour on Watson Island, located on I-395/MacArthur Causeway. This invitation-only "show within a show," known as Superyacht Miami, will feature some of the show's largest yachts.

Interested guests can make appointments for yacht tours by contacting exhibitors or Show Management, organizers of the show. Show Management and Trade Only Today are both part of Active Interest Media’s marine group.

The largest yacht slated to appear at the show is Axioma, a 236-foot Dunya being presented by Denison Yacht Sales.

Martha Ann, a 230-foot Lurssen brought by IYC, will be the next-largest yacht.

Other superyachts include Double Down, a 213-foot Codecasa with Thompson, Westwood & White Yachts; 11.11, a 206-foot Benetti brought by Y.CO-USA; Skyfall, a 191-footer built by Trinity Yachts and exhibited by IYC; Madsummer, a 182-foot Feadship brought by Moran Yacht & Ship; and Quinta Essentia, a 180.5-foot Admiral exhibited by Burgess.

Also among the 10 largest yachts are Huntress, a 180-foot Feadship brought by Merle Wood & Associates; Step One, a 180-foot Amels exhibited by Y.CO-USA; and Passion, a 173-foot Swedeship exhibited by Northrop & Johnson.

Click here to see the top 10.

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