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After 30 years on Collins Avenue on Miami Beach, the Miami Yacht Show moved downtown to One Herald Plaza incorporating Sea Isle Marina, both located on Biscayne Bay between the Venetian and MacArthur causeways. The new location included a 67,000-square-foot pavilion with over 200 exhibitors. Superyacht Miami, for the very large yachts (up to 320 feet in length) was held once again at Island Gardens Marina on Watson Island.

Several builders took advantage of the new Miami Yacht Show venue to debut their latest models to the American market. The following are some new and noteworthy debut yachts that were on display.

Baglietto 48m T-Line Silver Fox

baglietto. silver Fox

Generous exterior and interior spaces (3,767 square feet) provide luxury living and comfortable cruising aboard Silver Fox. She features a partially shaded sundeck with a generous swimming pool. Her contemporary interior, with full-height salon windows, is bright and light. There are ample accommodations for up to 12 guests and nine crewmembers.

Ferretti Group Riva 100-foot Corsaro


With sharp sporty looks, this maxi-flybridge has a metallic gray hull with black detailing. She has European touches such as Poltrano Frau dining chairs and Hermès cushions.

Ferretti Group Pershing 82


Snazzy, fast and quiet, this 56.3-ton yacht hits speeds of 45 knots with a 300-mile range.

Sanlorenzo SX76


Designed by Zuccon, the 76 is a cross between a classic motor yacht and a flybridge. The wheelhouse is on the upper deck fly deck, leaving plenty of living space below. There is a large sunbed on the bow and a swim platform at the stern.

Prestige 680 Fly


This 2019 70-footer has all the same qualities of the Prestige 750 such as luxurious space and speed. She is equipped with a pair of Volvo IPS 1200s.

Riva 66 Ribelle


This high-tech sport flybridge, featuring a striking “Blue Sapphire” hull, is the flagship of the Sarnico shipyard. She combines timeless Riva style with innovative on-board features. The garage accommodates both a Williams 345 tender and a Seabob.

Palm Beach GT50


Joining the GT60 and GT70, the new Palm Beach GT50 is capable of 40 knots, with a pair of 600-hp Volvo IPS 800s. At 35-knot cruise speed, the GT50 consumes only 40 gallons of fuel per hour.

Lürssen 312-foot (95-meter) Kismet


This 2014 Lürssen-built superyacht with exterior by Espen Øino and contemporary interior by Laura Sessa Design, has an owner’s suite with private Jacuzzi as well as six additional staterooms, three lounge/dining areas and a double-height main salon. Among her numerous outstanding amenities are a spa, a gym, a cinema and retractable sea terraces.