Ahhh, Miami. Is there ever a bad time to go? If you’re a boat nut, it’s hard to beat mid-February, when the Miami International Boat Show and the Yacht & Brokerage Show (pictured) come to town.
Cruisers, anglers, day boaters, ultra high-net-worth individuals and anyone else looking for a yacht — new or brokered — whether 30 feet or 130.
Doers and dreamers from the United States, Latin America, Europe, the Caribbean and elsewhere who own a boat, want to own a boat, dream about owning a boat, or want to trade in their boat for a new one or buy a new engine or gear for it.
Feel the wind in your face and let the salt air fill your lungs. Hear the water sliding along the hull side. Watch the gulls dive for dinner. These simple experiences of the senses draw us to boats, especially open powerboats. Compared to vessels with enclosed bridge decks or pilothouses, open boats have fewer barriers keeping us from the sights, sounds and smells of being on the water.
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