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Top 5 must-see superyachts at FLIBS

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Written by
Gemma Fottles

The 58th edition of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show will see an additional day added to the event schedule. This year opening its doors on Wednesday 1st November - as opposed to the usual first Thursday of the month - the show will draw to a close on 5th November. Here we look at our Top 5 must-see superyachts on display in Florida. 

Cloudbreak
72.25m

Featuring an Espen Oeino exterior and a Christian Liaigre interior, Cloudbreak was completed by German yard Abeking & Rasmussen in 2016. Her owner wasted no time in testing out her explorer capabilities, heading to Greenland for her first expedition. 

Cloudbreak in Greenland


Vanish 
66.25m

Feadship’s Vanish was delivered in mid-2016 and features a blend of classic, contemporary lines from Eidsgaard Design, who also undertook her interior. She features some Feadship firsts, including a freestanding staircase stretching across three decks.

Vanish in Amsterdam

Silver Cloud
41m

Completed in 2008, Silver Cloud is the first super stable SWATH (Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull) superyacht from Abeking & Rasmussen. With an in-house designed exterior, she features an interior from Kirschstein Design with Spectrum Interior Design.

Silver Cloud with helicopter

Westport 112
34m

Completed earlier this year, the Westport 112 is a great example of Westport's design and construction capabilities. She accommodates up to eight guests on board as well as a crew of five, with a top speed of 25 knots and a range of 2,500 nm at 12 knots. 

Westport 112

Clorinda 
36.45m

The latest in ISA Yachts’ Sport 120 line - now consisting of 11 vessels - Clorinda was launched earlier this year in Ancona and reaches top speeds of 32 knots, with a cruising speed of 27 knots. Andrea Vallicelli is responsible for her exterior design.

Clorinda running