Bringing discerning crowds back to Florida between 23-26th March, the Palm Beach International Boat Show 2023 is set to host another excellent fleet of yachts in West Palm Beach, with a number available for luxury charter vacations.
Hot on the heels of the Miami Yacht Show, the Palm Beach International Boat Show is set to populate one of the world’s most impressive waterfronts with some equally outstanding yachts.
As ever, the 4-day event will play host to a large variety of boats, ranging from sportfishers and pleasure cruisers to shiny superyachts sparkling under the Florida sun.
Part of this year’s line-up includes a superb selection of charter yachts making their debut at the show; so if you are attending the Floridian event and are considering renting a private yacht for your next vacation, then be sure to check out these must-see superyachts.
Currently the largest yacht set to attend the show, the 75m (246ft) superyacht ARROW bears all the hallmarks of her Feadship pedigree, combining a light-filled interior, multiple outdoor living spaces and a hugely spacious feel to offer everything you could want on a luxury yacht charter and more.
Launched in 2020, the motor yacht will take pride of place at the show, showing off her sleek lines and excellent selection of amenities for those lucky enough to step on board.
Among her many highlights, visitors are sure to be wowed by her well-appointed top deck, replete with a bespoke mosaic-lined Jacuzzi and sumptuous sunpads, as well as her beach club that transforms into a sea-level evening entertaining lounge, and makes the most of her broad 12.9m (42.4ft) beam.
Delivered last summer, the 60m (196ft) Amels yacht COME TOGETHER offers the best in superyacht living.
Built as part of the yard’s highly successful Limited Edition 60 series, this explorer-style yacht boasts a raft of luxury amenities and state-of-the-art features, and certainly has the wow factor in spades.
Show-goers will particularly enjoy her sprawling beach club encompassing a wellness zone replete with a gym and sauna. Meanwhile, her chic scandi-feel interiors will offer a calming and inviting ambience as people look around her vast interior spaces.
Having only departed Damen Yachting's facilities in the Netherlands in February this year, the paint is barely dry on the 60m (196ft) Amels superyacht ENTOURAGE.
Featuring exterior styling by world-class designer Espen Øino, visitors to the show will notice that she bears an unmistakable likeness to her sistership COME TOGETHER. Although her interiors offer up a different scheme of elegant creams and champagne tones, highlighted by large windows that allow the natural light to flood in.
Alongside each other, these vast 60-meter sibling yachts are sure to draw a crowd at the Palm Beach show this year.
No doubt enjoying being back in her homeland, the 52m (172ft) Palmer Johnson yacht DB9 will be sure to turn heads at the show with her sleek gold exterior and distinctive orange boot stripe.
Featuring an exciting range of charter-focused amenities, show-goers will thrill at her crowning sun deck with its elevated Jacuzzi, BBQ grill and cocktail bar, with the added draw of a party mode sound system turning this deck into a prime hangout during the days.
Clients looking for their next charter yacht may also be impressed by the fact she boasts not one but three pools, located on her foredeck, sundeck and aft deck, as well as a raft of alfresco social and dining options and overflowing toy locker.
As well as displaying some of the world’s most exceptional vessels, the 4-day show also brings together leaders of industry to exhibit their latest work, and deliver seminars on interesting and relevant issues.
For more details on any of the charter yachts attending the show, speak to your preferred yacht broker.
Alternatively, read our event guide for all the latest information on the Palm Beach Boat Show 2023.