Camper and Nicholsons

Miami International Boat Show's review

31st Jan 2012

2012's Miami International Boat Show was another well attended yachting event. Its visitors received a unique opportunity to preview the latest and most impressive ocean-related offerings in fantastic weather.

The Miami International Boat Show, held between the 16 – 20 February, provided sailing enthusiasts with an unrivalled platform from which to explore all that is new in the world of yachting.  Florida's largest annual event featured more than 3,000 boats and 2,000 exhibitors from all over the globe, displaying motor yachts, sailing yachts, engines, cutting-edge marine electronics, accessories, nautical gifts, services and apparel.

Over the five days Camper & Nicholsons displayed an impressive range of yachts, which included the 58m (190'3) Baraka from Proteksan Turquoise, the 35.36m (116') Far Niente from Hatteras, the 34.14m (112') Hide Out from Westport, the 34.11m (112') Symphony II from Westport, the 29.35m (96'29) Serenity Now! from Westport (120) and 23.5m (77'1) Happy Fish from Hatteras.

For further information on the Miami International Boat Show, the yachts which were displayed, or events surrounding the week, please contact your Camper & Nicholsons broker.  

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