The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is packed up and closed down for another year, but what our editors saw on the docks in late October has us psyched about the world of yachting for the foreseeable future.
Here are five reasons we’re pumped about what we learned in Fort Lauderdale:
If you’re traveling to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show to check out motoryachts on the brokerage market, then you might want to plan a stop at Bahia Mar to tour the 100-foot Hatteras Triple Attraction.
This 2005 build, which usually resides at Pier 66 in Fort Lauderdale, is for sale through Worth Avenue Yachts and will be available for tours at the show with an asking price of $4.895 million. The owner, we’re told, is ready to discuss all serious offers.
In August, Moonen Yachts delivered the fully custom Sofia, whose 137-foot LOA makes her the largest megayacht ever constructed at the Dutch shipyard. She was built for a repeat Moonen client who is already moving her across the Atlantic Ocean for her U.S. premiere at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.