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The Miami Yacht Show 2020 is Bigger, Better and Bolder Than Ever


The Miami Yacht Show 2020 is Bigger, Better and Bolder Than Ever

Page Watkins | February 3, 2020 | Culture Lifestyle

Calling all yachties to the world's largest display of epic marine machines at the Miami Yacht Show and Miami International Boat Show.

GuillaumePlisson5264.jpgThe 278-foot Bold yacht was built in 2019 by SilverYachts. It can sleep up to 16 guests and is taken care of by a crew of 21.

The Miami Yacht Show (Feb. 13 to 17) is making major waves at 1 Herald Plaza this month showcasing some of the most extraordinary yachts from around the world. The biggest star of the show will be SilverYachts’ 278-foot- long, $100 million, all-aluminum superyacht, Bold. Described as a “fast world-explorer vessel with a superyacht finish,” it’s a total showstopper. The main deck is designed as a helipad, the sundeck is made for lounging, and the upper deck boasts a Jacuzzi. Ultraluxe interiors glimmer with teak, marble and metallic paint throughout.

003_Guillaume_Plisson2813.jpgGuillaumePlisson0032-0001.jpg004_Guillaume_Plisson1505.jpgFrom top: The interiors are by Andreas Hölnburger of Vain Interiors; the exterior of Bold was designed by Espen Oeino; the sky lounge features floor-to-ceiling windows.

Bold will be on display among other standout vessels at the SuperYacht Miami exhibition at the Island Gardens Deep Harbor. You can elevate your yacht show experience for $200 a day (per person) for exclusive access to the WinwardVIP Club, where the Champagne flows on the floating luxury VIP lounges.

Don’t forget to take a water taxi over to the Miami International Boat Show (Feb. 13 to 17), located on Virginia Key at the Marine Stadium, to catch a glimpse of some more extraordinary boats and marine technology. Whether you’ve come to purchase your next aquatic venture or enjoy a sunset happy hour overlooking the show, this weekend will surely be the talk of the town.

GuillaumePlisson0473.jpgBold reaches a top speed of 24 kn.

Photography by: Guillaume Plisson