In numbers: Miami International Boat Show 2024 to showcase more than 50 superyachts

9 February 2024 • by Gabrielle Lazaridis and Raphael Montigneaux

Official data from BOATPro indicates there will be 51 yachts measuring 24 metres and above at this year's Discover Boating Miami International Boat Show, held at the recently revamped Miami Beach Convention Center and Pride Park.

The total length of superyachts attending this year's show stands at 1,633 metres, with more yachts set to be announced in the coming days. Compared with last year's figures, the show's average LOA has decreased slightly from 34.5 metres in 2022 to 32 metres in 2023, but this is likely down to Ahpo's outsized presence last year, measuring 115 metres.

This year, the largest yacht in attendance will be the 85-metre AKYACHT Victorious, which recently rejoined the brokerage market eight months after being withdrawn. She is now listed for sale with with Oscar Losada of Barnes Yachting, asking €120,000,000.

Marking her US debut, Victorious will be the largest yacht appearing in Miami

Other large yachts in attendance include Lürssen's 60.9-metre Marguerite, currently for sale with Moran Yacht & Ship, as well as a 50.5-metre Trinity tri-deck yacht, Sapphire, which is now asking $17,500,000 with Superyacht Sales & Charter following a further $1,000,000 price drop in January. 

Superyachts by segment

24-29m: 33

30-39m: 12

40-49m: 4

50-69m: 1

70m+ : 1

Motor yachts and semi-custom builds will make up the lion's share of superyachts in Miami this year, with a single sailing yacht and 45 semi-custom models due to appear according to BOATPro. One of the many semi-custom series being featured this year is Benetti's newest Oasis 34M model, Grateful, in what will be her global debut. The yacht is currently for sale with Josh Gulbranson of Fraser and Fred Daiube of Marine Max, asking $15,900,000. 

Grateful features Benetti's signature Oasis Deck

The data also points to a significantly younger lineup this year compared with 2023, with the average age of yachts on display declining from 10.4 to 7.7 years.

Plenty of models will be making their US debuts at the show, including the Sunseeker 100 motor yacht, Riva 82 Diva and Princess Y85 with her new infinity cockpit. Miami-goers will also get to see the world premiere of Azimut's series flagship, the Magellano 30, which follows in the footsteps of the Magellano 25 Metri

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