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YMB17: Largest yachts Med-moored at show’s second location

Yachts Miami Beach includes a second location at Island Gardens Deep Harbor marina on Watson Island where about 30 large yachts docked Med-style against Miami’s skyline. Crew from the largest charter and brokerage yachts in the show welcomed fewer guests, yet still presented their boat-show best. Photos by Dorie Cox and Lucy Reed

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