Hargrave Custom Yachts has long been renowned as a builder whose yachts are smartly designed and well outfitted with solid fit and finish, but the builder went a step farther with the 76 Flush Deck Motor Yacht, including a challenging combination of speed and space.
While there is a boat show taking place somewhere every month of the year, none has the range and diversity of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. (COMPLETE BOAT SHOW GUIDE)
This video from Hargrave Yachts might just hit a sweet spot in your soul.
At the US winter shows, the boating industry puts its best foot forward. Between Miami and Palm Beach, the region hosts no fewer than five major boat shows. The Yacht & Brokerage Show on Miami Beach and the Miami International Boat Show, and related Strictly Sail, run February 14 to 18. These three shows mark the debut of dozens of new models and showcase hundreds of craft, from small center consoles to megayachts.
This year Hargrave Yachts took a leap by bringing to the market models designed to appeal to a new breed of owners. The Hargrave 125 with its contemporary design and all-American layout got our attention and, best of all, that of potential yacht owners.
Defined by a sharply pointed bow and what appears to be a solid expanse of glass on the main deck, the new Hargrave 125 has a distinct personality. Four spacious staterooms including a full-beam master suite amidships and three ensuite lower-deck staterooms, provide eight guests plenty of space to relax.
Kha Shing was founded in 1977 and remains a family-owned shipyard. Since inception, the builder has delivered more than 1,000 yachts. Its current order book lists 18 yachts, including nine vessels being built for Fort Lauderdale-based Hargrave Custom Yachts. Since 1985, Kha Shing has built its own yachts under the Monte Fino label.