The Miami International Boat Show and the Yacht & Brokerage Show provide a feast for new-boat buyers
Walking the docks in Miami Beach Feb. 14-18, you’ll get a look at more than 500 boats and the latest in propulsion, electronics, safety gear and other equipment. But even if you plan to attend the shows every day, all day, you’ll likely miss a few “can’t misses.” Soundings can help.
Chris-Craft adds another boat to its Corsair line with this 32-footer. The Corsair 32 shares the same hull as its sister ship, the Launch 32, and bridges the gap between the 28 and 36 Corsairs, says Chris-Craft spokeswoman Kirsten Pedersen.
Sea Ray continues to pump out innovative boats in the express cruiser category, and three new-from-the-keel-up models — 350 and 510 Sundancers and the 370 Venture — are making the rounds at the boat shows.
The MJM 36z, built by Boston BoatWorks, has been modified for 2013. The express cruiser now has a separate shower in the cabin and a centerline walkthrough transom door.
The dual console is making some serious headway on the comeback trail, and Boston Whaler has bolstered the revival with a 23- and a 27-footer in its new Vantage series. These are new boats from the keel up.
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