Editor’s Note: The 57th Fort Lauderdale Boat Show Opens
We’re on the docks of the superyacht showcase that stretches across three million square feet and countless superyachts with the aim of bringing you the latest news and the most in-depth insights into the American market possible.
With an election only days away, the market activity surrounding American demand and consumer behaviour stronger than ever and the largest show in the world now officially open, this is an exciting time for the American yacht market.
We’ll be speaking with expert representatives across the show; however, we’ve had enough news to keep us busy in the meantime as post-Monaco movements hint at the success of MYS in the space between two of the largest shows in the superyacht calendar.
AMELS today announced the signing of a brand-new AMELS 212 superyacht project, and the progressive Italian yacht builder WIDER Yachts also presented a brand-new sale of a WIDER 125 which took place at the Monaco Yacht Show.
Lurssen Yachts introduced three superyachts well over 100 metres in two weeks, sending the yachting media into something of a frenzy, and more projects are emerging with more to follow in the coming days.
We had the distinct pleasure of working with Nobiskrug on Tuesday evening, as they hosted an exclusive dinner with some of Miami’s elite to introduce a new level of superyacht lifestyle before enjoying the finest foods Cipriani’s had to offer.
It’s already been a very busy week and the show has only just started. Stay tuned across our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram feeds to keep up to date with the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show.