The annual Miami Yacht Show starts eight days from now. Celebrating its 32nd year, the event is one of the last on the boat-show calendar for the winter season. Interestingly, the show is really two events, with the second, Superyacht Miami, a show within the show. Regardless, you can expect to find more than 400
The enduring popularity of speedboats is evident in the megayacht market. Some builders offer so-called entry-level megayachts to suit this preference. The Azimut S8 is among these yachts, measuring 80’8″ (24.63 meters). Fresh off her global debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival last fall, the yacht, pledging speeds to 34 knots, is making her way
Imagine a Malibu beach house combined with a classic J Class sailing yacht, combined further with a sports car. As disparate as these three are, they were the inspirations for designer Alberto Mancini in creating the styling of the Azimut Grande S10. This 94-footer (28.72-meter) is the new flagship for the builder. In fact, the
Boat shows are more than an occasion to premiere models. They’re also when builders and designers unveil plans for upcoming projects. Azimut used last week’s Miami Yacht Show for both, including the announcement of the Azimut 76 Fly. She’s the largest of five new yachts in build for the brand. “Fly” signifies the Fly Collection,
She sports the distinctive wave-piercing bow pioneered by her big sister, the Azimut Grande 35 Metri, in 2017. However, the new Azimut Grande 32 Metri, revealed at last September’s Cannes Yachting Festival, has a personality all her own. A cutting-edge hull design by Pierluigi Ausonio combines a slippery and stable double-chine form with a wavepiercer.
The start of the annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) is 21 days away. (If you’re really into countdowns, the show’s hompage has a digital clock ticking away the seconds, minutes, hours, etc.) Entering its 59th year, it’s long been the must-attend superyacht show stateside. Add in new VIP experiences, new international food vendors,