Ferretti Group is staging the US debuts of the Ferretti Yachts 860 and the Wallypower58 among a nine-strong display at this year’s Miami International Boat Show from 15-19 February.
The Italian company’s other models include the Ferretti Yachts 780, Wallytender48X outboard, Riva 90’ Argo and 56’ Rivale, Pershing 8X and 9X, and Custom Line’s Navetta 33 superyacht.
Azimut is staging a vast 16-yacht display headed by the 38m flagship Grande Trideck, along with the Grande 27M and Grande 32M from the Italian builder’s superyacht range.
The Italian builder is also showing the Magellano 25M and 66, five flybridge models (Fly 53, Fly 60, Fly 68, Fly 72 and Fly 78), four sportfly models (S6, S7, S8 and S10) and the Verve 42 and 47 sports cruisers.
Princess is staging a diverse seven-yacht line-up headed by its flagship X95, while the British shipyard is also showing the Y85, S66, S62, V55, F55 and F45.
Prestige is staging the US debut of the M48, the first models in its new M-Line of multihulls. The Groupe Beneteau builder is also showing four flybridge models (420, 460, 520 and 590) along with its pioneering X70.
Jeanneau, also part of Groupe Beneteau, is displaying its DB/43 outboard from its new dayboat range, four Merry Fishers (795, Sport 895, 1095, 1295 Fly) and three Cap Camarat models (10.5 CC, 10.5 WA and 12.5 WA). Its line-up of sailing yachts is headed by the Jeanneau Yachts 60 and flagship 65, and includes the Sun Odyssey 380, 410 and 490.
Fountaine Pajot is staging the US premiere of its Power 67 along with the MY4.S and MY6, along with the Isla 40, Astrea 42, Elba 45 and Tanna 47 sailing catamarans.
This article first appeared on Yacht Style.
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