A few debuts at the Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show

Feb 15, 2014 by Guest Writer

Greenline 33 and 40, two diesel-electric hybrid boats are on display in front of the Eden Roc. Introduced in 2010, this is the first time it’s appeared in Miami.  

Three yachts from Azimut-Benetti Group make their world debut at the show, the new version of the Azimut 84 for the U.S. market, the Benetti Vision 145-foot M/Y Told U So, and the Benetti Classic Supreme 132-foot M/Y Petrus II.


Sanlorenzo debuts its new SL104, which includes five cabins and a submersible swim platform.

Camper & Nicholsons Yachts debuted its line of J Class power boats to the American market through Bradford Marine, including the 42-foot M/Y Endeavour, the 50-foot M/Y Velsheda, the 60-foot M/Y Shamrock and the 80-foot M/Y Gelyce.

Hargrave premiered two new models, the newest generation Hargrave 101-foot raised pilothouse, and an 80-foot Monte Fino upgraded specificly for the fractional ownership market of Monocle Management Company.

Nisi Yacht’s new 50-foot multihull, the 50 Xpresso. Its GTX model is engineered to deliver speeds in excess of 35 knots. (Ramp 15, slip 409)