Biscayne Bay, Miami, USA
The Miami Yacht Show is renowned for showcasing a spectacular selection of the world's biggest superyachts for both sale and charter.
Held annually in mid-February, Miami's premier yachting event covers more than 1.2 million square feet of space with the world's most extraordinary and uniquely designed yachts and superyachts on display.
For nearly three decades, the event was known as the Yacht and Brokerage Show in Miami Beach before its name changed to Yachts Miami Beach in 2016. But to reflect its international appeal, the show was re-christened to its current name just two years later in its 30th anniversary year.
In more recent years, the in-water yacht exhibit has enjoyed the addition of the Islands Gardens Deep Harbour on Watson Island to display even larger superyachts. This section is dubbed as Superyacht Miami.
The show has continued to evolve over the years. After being held along the Indian Creek Waterway for three decades, the yachting exhibition moved to a 14-acre site along Biscayne Bay between the Venetian and MacArthur Causeways in 2019.
This move improves the proximity and ease of access to Superyacht Miami as well as the Miami International Boat Show, which runs concurrently with the Miami Yacht Show at the Miami Marine Stadium on Virginia Key. The location even provides more amazing opportunities for participants on a corporate charter who are eager to make impressive deals at this prestigious event.
From motor yachts and luxury pop-ups to sailing yachts and VIP experiences, there is something to entertain and delight every type of boating enthusiast. In addition, there is a growing number of brokerage firms attending, ensuring that show-goers have access to information on any platform on display.
The yacht show is open to the general public and a variety of tickets options are available. The event even provides a water taxi service for guests arriving via their luxury charter yacht.
To reflect its international appeal, the show was re-christened Miami Yacht Show in its 30th anniversary year
Biscayne Bay, between the Venetian and MacArthur Causeways
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