TOP 10 largest yachts at Miami Yacht Show 2019
Annual Miami Yacht Show will take place on February 14-18, 2019. For the first time in 31 years, the show leaves its traditional venue at Miami Beach, moving to a new location at One Herald Plaza downtown Miami, according to Yacht Harbour.
This year’s agenda promises to impress the visitors of the show with its grander scale. Within a 60-acre space, the guests will find over 300 yachts from all over the world and a 6,000-meter-large exhibition area. The show’s programme will be complimented with exotic cars and private jets exhibition, pop-up luxury retail and special events. In addition, a renowned contemporary art fare Art Wynwood will take place nearby.
Here is the list of the largest vessels to be found on display at Miami Yacht Show 2019:
1. Kismet (95,2 m), Lurssen
She is the largest yacht represented at the show. Kismet was built in 2014 by Lurssen. Her steel hull and aluminium superstructure contribute to interior volume of 2,700 GT within a 13,8-meter beam. This superyacht reaches her maximum speed at 17 knots and a cruises at 14 knots. She can accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabins designed by Reymond Langton. Exterior design was developed by Espen Oeino.
Price on application with Moran Yacht & Ship.
2. Coral Ocean (73 m), Lurssen
Built in 1994 as well by Lurssen, this superyacht with a beam of 12,4 meters and a draft of 3,25 meters has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Her gross tonnage makes up 1,379 tons. Coral Ocean reaches her maximum speed at 17 knots and a cruises at 16 knots. Up to 12 guests can be comfortably accommodated on-board in 6 cabins. The yacht was designed by Bannenberg & Rowell.
Asking price: € 31,950,000 with Moran Yacht & Ship.
3. Excellence V (60 m), Abeking & Rasmussen
Built in 2012 by Abeking & Rasmussen and designed by Reymond Langton Design, Excellence V features a 12,8-meter beam and a 3,4-meter draft. Her steel hull and aluminium superstructure add up to her interior volume of 1,632 GT. Her maximum speed can be reached at 16 knots, while her cruising speed makes up 13 knots. This yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 cabins on-board.
Asking price: € 69,500,000 with Merlewood or Burgess.
4. Minderella (58,82 m), Feadship
The yacht was built by Feadship in 1986. With her interior volume of 702 GT, she features steel hull and aluminum superstructure within a 9,51-meter beam. The yacht’s total gross tonnage makes up 702 tons. Minderella reaches her maximum speed at 16 knots and cruises comfortably at 13,5 knots. Her accommodation capacity enables having up to 10 guests in 5 cabins. Her exterior design was developed by De Voogt, with her interior design elaborated by Terence Disdale.
5. Shadow (55,3 m), Damen
First named as New Frontiers, this yacht was built in 2017 by Damen. She features a steel hull based within a beam of 9,25 meters with a draft of 2,65 meters. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 465 tons. With the help of her Caterpillar engines, Shadow can reach her maximum speed at 22 knots and cruises at 16 knots. There is a possibility to accommodate up to 19 guests onboard.
6. Kamalaya (55 m), Amels
Price on request with Torrance Yachts.
7. Kinta (53,2 m), Turquoise Yachts
Kinta was built of steel and aluminum by Turquoise Yachts in 2008. She features interior volume of 746 GT within a 9,4-meter beam with a draft of 3,05 meters. She is capable of reaching a maximum speed of 16 knots and cruises comfortably at the speed of 13,5 knots. Caliari Superyacht developed her exterior design, while her interior was renovated in 2012 by J.G. Verges Design (for instance, with wedge wood flooring of a dark colour). The yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests in her 6 cabins.
8. Lazy Z (51,4 m), Oceanco
Built by Oceanco in 1997, this yacht features a steel hull, aluminum superstructure and interior volume of 638 GT with a draft of 3,55 meters within a beam of 9,45 meters. With her MTU engines, Lazy Z can reach her maximum speed at 17 knots and cruises at 15 knots. Up to 12 guests can be comfortably accommodated in 6 cabins on-board. The yacht’s design was developed by The A Group.
9. Broadwater (50,3 m), Feadship
Designed by Donald Starkey and built by Feadship in 2000, this 50-meter yacht features a beam of 9,5 meters and a draft of 2,5 meters. With her aluminium hull and aluminium superstructure, she bears gross tonnage of 692 tons. Her maximum speed of 17 knots and cruising speed of 14 knots are provided with Caterpillar engines of 1500 hp each. Broadwater's maximum accommodation capacity is 12 guests in 6 cabins.
Asking price: $25,500,000 with Worth Avenue Yachts.
10. Silver Lining (50 m), Christensen
Built by Christensen in 2016, this motor yacht has a GRP hull and GRP superstructure within a 9-meter beam. She is powered by MTU engines giving her a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots. Silver Lining can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 cabins (including two VIP suites) and up to 10 members of a crew. The yacht’s interior design, featured with panelling of black American walnut, was elaborated by Carol Williamson & Associates.