Situated between the Venetian and MacArthur Causeways on the site formerly home to The Miami Herald,the 2019 Miami Yacht Show will feature in-water display of new and pre-owned vessels during a breathtaking showcase of the most extraordinary yachts and superyachts from the world’s foremost custom boat builders. Maximizing its nearly 70,000-sq.-ft. Downtown waterfront exhibition pavilion, the show will also feature 200 yachting lifestyle exhibitors with the latest gear, gadgets, fashion and accessories for marine enthusiasts. The new location also puts it in closer proximity to Miami Yacht Show’s SuperYacht Miami at Island Gardens, home to extraordinary vessels from 90 feet to over 320 feet of pure elegance, allowing for nearly 500 yachts to be on display between the two marina sites. The new ultra-accessible location will be of particular interest to Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach residents who can now take the high-speed Brightline, then hop the Miami Metromover to the show where attendees will experience yachts, entertainment, artwork, watches, food, wine and much more; Feb. 14-18; MiamiYachtShow.com.
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