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6 Yachts to Look for at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

Posted October 29 2015


yachtsIt’s no secret that one of the highlights of any boat show is getting to see some amazing yachts up close and personal. This is even more so at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show which takes place in the yachting capital of the world! While you may not be able to go on-board these vessels, getting to see them in person can give you a new appreciation of the size of these boats, and offer a new respect for the entire crew that it takes to keep everything running in check. Below is a list of the 6 largest yachts to look for when attending the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show which takes place November 5th-9th, 2015. It should be noted that it is common for yachts to change plans at the last minute, so there is a possibility that some of these vessels may decide not to attend the boat show. Therefore this list may not be 100% accurate at the time of the show.


“Northern Star” 

“Northern Star” will be the largest superyacht at the show, and should be on every attendee’s list to see. She was built by Lurssen and is a whopping 247 feet long. See her at Sybass Slip 4, where she will be exhibited by Moran Yacht & Ship which is headquartered in Fort Lauderdale.

“Natita”

This 216 foot vessel was built by Oceanco in 2005 and refurbished in 2012. She is the Tri Deck model, and can accommodate up to 12 people. Her exhibitor is Worth Avenue Yachts which is located in Palm Beach, and will be located at Sails Marina Slip 1.

“Meridian” 

This mega-yacht was built in 2013 by Icon Ocean Going. “Meridian” is 205 feet, and can accommodate 16 people. The Exhibitor is YachtZoo LLC which is located in Fort Lauderdale, and will be located at Sails Marina Slip 3.

“Lady Lola”

“Lady Lola” was built by Oceanco and her exhibitor is Merle Wood & Assoc. who are headquartered in Fort Lauderdale. The location of this 205 foot yacht will be Hall of Fame North.

“Positive Carry”

Feadship is the builder of this 204 foot vessel. The location of “Positive Carry” will be Hall of Fame FD 22-26 and her exhibitor is Moran Yacht & Ship, which is located in Fort Lauderdale.

“Areti” 

This Trinity yacht was built in 2012 with the interior being done by the award-winning Patrick Knowles. She is a Semi Displacement model and her 197 feet can accommodate 12 people. The exhibitor is Burgess which is headquartered in New York, and will be located at Hall of Fame FD 4-6. 

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