FLIBS19: SuperYacht Village comes to life

Oct 30, 2019 by Lucy Chabot Reed

The new SuperYacht Village was abuzz yesterday as swarms of crew working on the largest boats in the show made their way with flowers, decorations, provisions and, of course, chamois mops.

Find the SuperYacht Village and the Oasis Lounge at Pier Sixty-Six Marina South, just south of 17th Street on the ICW. Photos by Lucy Chabot Reed

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