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Yachts Miami Beach plans VIP venue aboard charter yacht

The climate-controlled Grand Floridian features a private dining area, premium open bar, gourmet food and special showcases.

The climate-controlled Grand Floridian features a private dining area, premium open bar, gourmet food and special showcases.

Yachts Miami Beach said it will cater to VIP customers at the boat show aboard the Grand Floridian charter yacht.

The climate-controlled yacht features a private dining area, premium open bar, gourmet food and special showcases.

Details include:

  • Open during show hours on Feb. 16, 17, and 18
  • Central show location on the 128-foot Grand Floridian with four decks
  • Located on the water's edge of Collins Avenue across from the Eden Roc Hotel
  • Air-conditioned with multiple lounge areas to relax
  • Complimentary gourmet food options and open bar
  • Dedicated concierge to arrange appointments on board yachts directly with exhibitors
  • Daily showcases from luxury, beauty, fashion and health brands, as well as spa treatments
  • Private indoor bathrooms

The VIP Lounge is $125 a day on Thursday, Friday and Saturday (Feb. 16-18) only. The show will run from Feb. 16-20.

The VIP Package is $215 a day and includes show access, valet parking, water taxi access and the VIP Lounge. Organizers expect the tickets to sell out before the show.

Click here to buy tickets.

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