With the top five largest superyachts at this year’s show being available for charter, we take a look at some of the leading ladies going on display at the Palm Beach Boat Show between Thursday 22 and 25 March.
The fastest growing superyacht show in Florida will return to West Palm Beach this week as a number of motor yachts and sailing yachts assemble for the Palm Beach Boat Show 2018.
Bringing together vessels from a range of world-leading shipyards, the four day event hosts yachts in modern surroundings of the Palm Harbor Marina as well as the deep-water Rybovich Marina.
Taking place a short distance from the Magic City, there’s also sure to be plenty of talk about the yachts for charter in Miami.
Celebrating those yachts sure to attract attention due to their size, here are the five largest charter yachts attending the 33rd edition of this much-anticipated event.
A relative newcomer to the charter fleet, the iconic 73m/238ft motor yacht ‘Coral Ocean’ is sure to attract plenty of attention in Florida this week.
As the largest superyacht attending this year’s event, her presence is sure to be felt all along West Palm Beach over the next four days.
Originally designed by the legendary designer Jon Bannenberg, the Lurssen superyacht underwent a technical refit in 2016 to ensure that she retained her stellar edge.
Exuding a unique spirit, superyacht Coral Ocean is sure to impress discerning visitors to the Palm Beach Boat Show 2018
Among her many standout features, she boasts an enormous main salon complete with a movie projector screen as well as a Jacuzzi framed sundeck.
Besides a vast master cabin, M/Y Coral Ocean includes a VIP suite, 2 doubles, and 2 twins. Altogether, this configuration allows her to sleep up to 12 guests whilst away on charter.
To discover even more about this spectacular superyacht, be sure to read our full on board review.
From her impressive water toy selection to the veritable wellness retreat on her main deck, the 69m/225ft motor yacht ‘Lady S’ is sure to be a crowd-pleaser in Florida this week.
Spread across five decks, the Amels motor yacht features a heated Jacuzzi, a steam room, and a wealth of comfortably furnished social spaces.
Embarking and disembarking via an air conditioned limousine tender, charter guests escaping on board Lady S can expect to enjoy a remarkable experience from beginning to end.
Besides her well-appointed master cabin, M/Y Lady S includes a VIP suite, 3 doubles, and 2 twins with 1 additional Pullman berth. Ultimately, this flexible arrangement allows her to sleep up to 12 guests.
Another superyacht which excels in the wellness department, the 62m/203ft motor yacht ‘Mine Games’ boasts a Turkish bath and Jacuzzi on her sundeck as well as a dedicated interior gymnasium.
Suitably glamorous, the superyacht has an elegant interior designed by Studio Massari that promises to impress all who step on board.
An approved RYA centre, charter guests are also able to learn a collection of new skills in an enjoyable way whilst on their vacation.
Capable of sleeping up to 12 guests, M/Y Mine Games includes a master cabin, a VIP suites, 3 doubles, and a twin.
Renowned for her voluminous interior spaces and range of spectacular entertainment options, the 60m/197ft motor yacht ‘Excellence V’ will join the league of large superyachts at the Palm Beach Boat Show this week.
Complete with a comfortably furnished movie theatre and two large jacuzzis, the superyacht promises to transport charter guests to an intimate world of luxury on the water.
As well as a broad master cabin, M/Y Excellence V features a VIP suite, 3 doubles, and 2 twins. Altogether, this allows her to sleep up to 12 guests whilst away on charter.
Notable for her vast exterior spaces as well as her classically inspired interior, the 58m/191ft motor yacht UNBRIDLED is certain to turn many discerning heads this weekend.
Capable of sleeping up to 12 guests when away on a yacht charter vacation, M/Y UNBRIDLED includes 3 double cabins, and 3 twins. With 4 optional Pullman berths on offer, she is ideally suited for entertaining guests or escaping with the family.