2020 Miami Yacht Show Highlights: The 10 Best Modern Superyachts

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Located north of downtown near the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Art Wynwood, and the Sea Isle Marina, the Miami Yacht Show was one of the most important yachting events  during 13th to 17th February 2020. Showcasing the largest vessels and luxury yachts, this amazing event provided a unique experience to all the visitors. But the most exciting part: the best superyachts in the exhibition. Take a look and discover 10 sailing boat masterpieces!

48 Wallytender X—48 Feet

48 Wallytender X 48 Feet

Elegant, unique and one of the most striking superyachts at the 2020 Miami Yacht Show. The exterior and contemporary interior design are both by Luca Bassani.

Azimut Yachts Verve 47—47 Feet

Azimut Yachts Verve 47 47 Feet

Designed inside and out by Francesco Struglia, the Azimut Verve 47 offers comfort. This modern yacht also provides sophisticated and vast areas, two cabins and all the windows for natural light.

This luxury and modern yacht offers up a lower helm, a couple of marvelous staterooms and two bathrooms, as well as a 178-square-foot cockpit.

Bertram 50 Express—52 Feet

Bertram 50 Express 52 Feet

The Hatteras GT65 Carolina is one of the superyachts that were exhibited at the 2020 Miami Yacht Show and includes a sleek profile, four staterooms, including a modern suite, a VIP and two bunk rooms.

Hatteras GT65 Carolina—65 Feet

Hatteras GT65 Carolina 65 Feet

Hylas H60 Sailing Yacht—60 Feet MIBS

Exhibited at the 2020 Miami Yacht Show, this modern yacht comprises belowdecks, large hull-side windows, a cabin trunk surrounded with windows, skylights and overhead hatches all make for light-and-bright contemporary interior design.

Hylas H60 Sailing Yacht 60 Feet MIBS

Monte Carlo 70—69 Feet

Designed by Venice-based Nuvolari Lenard, Monte Carlo Yachts’ new MCY70 aims to be the perfect luxury yacht on the planet. Including reflective materials and lacquered woods that create a bright ambiance that is tempered by natural wood flooring and rich fabrics, this modern yacht combines sophisticated Italian design and the best of high-technology.

Monte Carlo 70 69 Feet

Princess V55—55 Feet

Princess V55 55 Feet

The Princess Yachts V55 features a sleek exterior profile and strategic use of space. Designed for yachting lovers, the cockpit contains a large L-shaped seating area around a folding teak table, wet bar, and electric barbecue. One of the biggest attractions at the 2020 Miami Yacht Show!

Silver Yachts Bold—279 Feet

Silver Yachts Bold 279 Feet

This luxury yacht was created by the top architect and designer Espen Øino and comprises a unique design that incorporates teak and oak paneling set off by metallic-painted detailing and oak and marble floors. Furthermore, the modern yacht that was exhibited at Miami Yacht Show features a helipad sits on the main deck aft. Such a perfect yachting masterpiece for a luxury lifestyle!

Sirena 58 Coupé—58 Feet

Sirena 58 Coupe 58 Feet

Sirena Yachts’ Sirena 58 Coupé features a lower air draft for fitting under tight bridges, a unified interior space on the main deck, and a light and airy interior. Exhibited at Miami Yacht Show, this sailing boat was designed and built by the naval architect Germán Frers.

Sunreef 80 Sailing Yacht—80 Feet

Sunreef 80 Sailing Yacht 80 Feet

Built by Sunreef Yachts, the new Sunreef 80 modern yacht was present at the 2020 Miami Yacht Show. As a versatile sailing yacht, it features an open-plan layout, a  contemporary interior design that uses beige tones and dark veneers, and also ambient lighting to create a warm space.

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