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Yachts Miami Beach layout adds multiple entrances

Yachts Miami Beach 2017, which will take place Feb. 16-20 along Collins Avenue, will have five entrances in its new layout.
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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.

The event, formerly known as the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach, will cover more than 1.2 million square feet of space and will have new features designed to create an interactive environment with exhibitors and buyers.

Yachts are this year are arranged in dedicated new and brokerage sections.

Show Management and the International Yacht Brokers Association (formerly the Florida Yacht Brokers Association), which co-own the show, engaged design company EDSA to reimagine Yachts Miami Beach.

EDSA has designed destinations ranging from Atlantis in the Bahamas to the John F. Kennedy Center and Disney’s signature resorts.

“EDSA has translated our vision for engagement between exhibitors and buyers into a new, strategic and aesthetically pleasing design for Yachts Miami Beach,”  Show Management senior VP and COO Dane Graziano said in a statement.

“We have expanded show marketing this year to share our excitement about this great new experience planned for Miami Beach boat show weekend in February.”

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