Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show 2015: A Most Magnificent Mile
The 27th annual Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show, running Thurs., Feb. 12 through Mon. Feb. 16, 2015, will feature a number of award-winning, dramatic yacht designs. One of particular interest, the 2015 Showboat finalist for both interior and exterior design, is the Mangusta Moonraker 165E. Collins Avenue will collect more than $1 billion worth of jaw-dropping yachts, stretching for a mile between 41st and 54th Streets in Miami Beach, along what is also known as highway A1A.
The 163.7 ft/49.9 m Motor Yacht Moonraker sports a seriously chic profile with lots of naval real estate devoted to outdoor decks, entertaining space, and a dining room simply waiting to play host to 10-12 guests. The owner’s suite with private study, VIP suite, and two double cabins are divinely detailed for a sumptuous voyage, with a Pullman for good measure accommodating 8 guests. Additionally, there are quarters for 9 crew.
Designed in pursuit of an active life, the yacht boasts a gym, a Jacuzzi, a large swim platform, a movie theatre, and abundant toys for water play. A pleasant palate of color includes dark wood flooring, plush cream carpet, natural woods, and a range of tans and browns framed with highly polished parquet wood cabinetry.
Moonraker is equipped with power to move smoothly through the water at a comfortable 33 kts, with a 42 kt maximum speed, and a 600 nm moderate speed range. See this beauty in all three glorious dimensions at Ramp 23, presented by Overmarine Group. If she seems a perfect fit for your next private luxury yacht charter, contact Steve@TheBestofYachting to arrange a personal tour.
Similar yachts at the show include the Guy Couach yacht La Pellegrina featured here last week, exhibited by Denison Yacht Sales at Ramp 2, M/Y Row 4-9; the Trinity yacht Imagine exhibited by the International Yacht Collection at Ramp 17, Slips 101-105, 123-125; the ISA Yacht Papi du Papi exhibited by ISA Group at Ramp 11, slip 707; and the Christensen Yacht Odessa exhibited by Merle Wood and Associates at Ramp 17; Slips 201-208.