Five boats not to be missed at the Miami Yacht Show

Everything is ready for the Miami Yacht Show, scheduled from 13 to 17 February 2020. Motorboats, and not only, from all over the world for one of the most prestigious boat shows. Here are five absolutely unmissable yachts that will debut in Florida.

5 must-see boats coming to the Miami Yacht Show

1 – Palm Beach GT60

One of the most anticipated boats to debut is the Palm Beach GT60. After the launch of the Palm Beach 70, the family expands with another GT that arrives on the wave of the great success of the Palm Beach GT50. A high performance yacht that will also be the first yacht in the world to be equipped with a brand new propeller package that the company tested with Volvo Penta, taking the yacht’s efficiency to the max. Combined with two engines Volvo IPS 1350 has the truly impressive goal, to sail at a cruising speed of 40 knots with 400 nautical miles of range. Read more


2 – Invictus GT 370

The time is ripe for the arrival of Invictus Yacht, Italian shipyard, directly on the American market. For the first time, in fact, Invictus will take part in the Miami Yacht Show 2020, scheduled for February, and then leave the management to the newborn Invictus Yacht USA, a dedicated division that will take care of the brand on American territory. One of Invictus’ super classics, the GT370 will be the flagship boat alongside the GT 280 S. Read more

3 – Wallytender X with outboards

World debut also for the Wallytender 48 in outboard version, called “X” which is ready to run at 55 knots. After evaluating several propulsion systems, Wally chose the Mercury Racing from 450hp, last generation engines produced in the USA. These outboards, combined with the lightness of the composite and carbon fibre hull developed by the designers of Wally and Ferretti Group, have produced noteworthy results: high top speeds and good sailing autonomy. The first tests at sea indicate a top speed of over 55 knots and a cruising speed of 40 knots with a range of 320 miles. Read more


4 – Sirena 58

The new 18 meter Sirena Marine is ready to go. A boat for long open sea cruises with a displacement hull, but able to reach and exceed 26 knots of speed. The interior was designed by the famous designer Tommaso Spadolini while the naval architecture is by another “guru”: German Frers. Inside a work of fine both in the fabrics and in the workmanship of the furnishings. The boat is equipped with two or three cabins with the owner at full beam. The Italian designer also used the windows in the saloon and cabins on the lower deck. At 10 knots it can sail for about 850 nautical miles.

5 – Sanlorenzo and SX Crossovers

Salorenzo’s SX crossover returns in the US for the Miami Boat Show. Halfway between the classic motoryacht with flying bridge and the explorer, this line will be represented by SX88 and SX76. Those kind of yachts has open spaces and glass surfaces abound. The hull with a high bow keeps the profile going down towards the stern. The wheelhouse located on the upper deck, the flying bridge, has a windscreen and if necessary can be closed laterally by up and down windows, while the entire aft area of the bridge can be closed as standard with panels of strata glass. The SX line was born in Sanlorenzo’s style office, to which were added the creative contributions of Luca Santella, creator of the SX line, and the Zuccon International Project studio, which took care of the layout and the external lines. The water lines are by the American designer, Lou Codega.



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