Top 5 Largest Boats at the 2017 Palm Beach International Boat Show

The 32nd annual Palm Beach International Boat Show will showcase more superyachts than ever before. Amels, Feadship, Heesen, Moonen and Palumbo are among the prestigious builders joining this year’s roster of exhibitors. To accommodate the number of superyachts larger than 200 feet at the event, a satellite location has been added at Rybovich Marina. Here’s a glimpse of the Top 5 Largest Boats at this year’s show.

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Martha Ann.jpg Martha Ann
Length: 230’
Builder: Lürssen
Exhibitor: IYC
Description: Sheer interior volume and myriad deck spaces make Martha Ann probably the finest superyacht for any size of extended family. With vast storage capacity for provisions and fuel for adventures with friends and family, this spectacular Lürssen could almost become a new permanent home. She offers the amenities of a five star hotel, including a huge gym, endless pool, cinema theatre and vast outdoor areas for relaxation and entertainment. She boasts an impressive classical interior by Italian designer Francois Zuretti as well as intricate handcrafted woodwork,custom furniture, exquisite gold accents, rich marble flooring, onyx countertops, silk carpeting, and 7 luxurious staterooms that can accommodate up to 18 guests. The magnificent split level Master Suite on the Main Deck features a private observation lounge that offers a 180 degree panoramic view.
Contact: Deb Webb
Phone – (954) 522-2323 Fax – (954) 522-2333 Website – www.iyc.com


Double Down
DOUBLE DOWN
Length: 214’
Builder: Codecasa
Exhibitor: Merle Wood & Assoc.
Contact: John Cohen
Phone: (954) 525-5111, Fax: (954) 525-5165
Website: www.merlewood.com
PHD; Slip 301-301A


SkyfallSkyfall
Length: 191’
Builder: Trinity Yachts
Exhibitor: IYC
Description: Skyfall’s all-aluminum exterior with a shallow draft allows for access to shallow waters that yachts of her size typically cannot reach. Her interior sleeps 17 guests in seven rooms, including a split-level master suite, VIP stateroom and five guest staterooms. In addition, she can carry up to 13 crew onboard in separate quarters. SkyFall features spacious entertaining areas on all decks, touch-and-go-helipad, splash pool and spa tub on sundeck, split-level master suite with panoramic vistas, gym, basketball hoop, state-of-the-art stabilization system, 42” TV screens and in-suite bathrooms in all cabins, 30’ TBC tender and 18’ Novurania tender and tender garage, beach club, and urban contemporary interior by Patrick Knowles.
Contact: Deb Webb
Phone – (954) 522-2323 Fax – (954) 522-2333 Website – www.iyc.com


MadsummerMadsummer
Length: 182’
Builder: Feadship
Exhibitor: Moran Yachts
Description: Built by the iconic Feadship Shipyard and launched in 2005, MADSUMMER was the winner of the World Superyacht Award for a custom superyacht. Her contemporary interior, designed by Redman Whiteley Dixon, offers guests ultimate comfort and relaxation while cruising. Her timeless exterior design can best be described as Classic Feadship and has fantastic open deck areas. These areas allow for excellent outdoor interaction, whether lounging and sunning, entertaining and dinning, soaking in the Jacuzzi, or messing around on the water with the large collection of water toys.
Contact: Robert Moran
Phone – (954) 768-0057 Fax – (954) 768-0057
Website – www.moranyachts.com


SpiritSpirit
Length:180’
Builder: Amels
Exhibitor:Amels
Description: At 707 Gross Tons, the Limited Editions AMELS 180 is an ever-evolving Tim Heywood design that has made this 55-metre one of the most refined and smooth-functioning yachts on the market. The Owner’s Suite is fitted with a folding balcony, while the Main Deck Saloon has two balconies, providing easy access to the open air. The enlarged Sun Deck - 25 meters long with a luxury space of 155 square meters - could make a strong claim to being the largest Sun Deck you’ll find on any 55-metre.
Contact: Rose Damen
Phone – +31118485002 Fax – +31118485004
Website – www.amels-holland.com

2017 SHOW SCHEDULE:
Thursday, March 23        12 p.m. - 7 p.m. 
Friday, March 24        10 a.m. - 7 p.m. 
Saturday, March 25     10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Sunday, March 26        10 a.m. - 6 p.m. 

ADMISSION
Adults: $22
Children, ages 6-15: $12
Children under 6 Free

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