The 29th Yachts Miami Beach boat show drew to a close yesterday as the fleet of yachts sounded their horns in celebratory fashion following five days of fun in the Miami sun. The event once again took place across two locations this year to cover a total area of 1,200,000 square feet of show space. Island Gardens Deep Harbour on Watson Island played host to a fleet of large superyachts, amongst which were Benetti’s 11·11, the 55-metre Amels Step One, Lürssen’s 70-metre Martha Ann and the Feadship superyacht Madsummer.
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