Miami Debuts

Whether it's new to the U.S. market, the boat show circuit, or the water itself, Miami is packed with first-timers.


The Vicem 57 Sportfish from Vicem Yachts will be making its U.S. debut this year. Carrying Vicem's classic style into the world of sportfishing, the 57 is a tournament ready boat, featuring a tuna tower, aft fighting chair, twin 1800-hp MAN engines, a live bait well, and plenty of rod holders.

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Coming off her Cannes debut, the 70 Sunreef Power Catamaran from Sunreef Yachts will makes its U.S. debut at the Miami show. Sea Bass is the first power cat from Sunreef to be delievered to a U.S. customer. A semi-owner yacht, she features two equal master staterooms with en suite heads, and two more mid-ship cabins, also with en suite heads, making the 70 a great yacht for cruising couples.

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Maritimo's new Maritimo 56 will make its U.S. debut at the Miami show this year. The new 56 has a little more rake to her bow than previous Maritimo models, and is geared more toward cruising than their sportfishing models. She also features Maritimo's popular internal staircase to the bridge.

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A dynamo from down under, the Cheoy Lee Serenity 68 Long Range will make her show debut this year at Miami. The Serenity 68 owes her new look to the collaboration of David Bentley Industrial Design from Australia, structural design team High Modulus from New Zealand, and interior designer Sylvia Bolton Corporation. The result is a luxurious yacht that is as comfortable crossing oceans as it is cruising coastal hot spots or island hopping in the Caribbean. And, with a fuel burn of about eight gallons an hour at eight knots, according to the company, she is a economical cruising yacht.