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Miami’s growing reputation as the epicentre of art and design has happened at breakneck speed – not so long ago South Florida’s main associations were an “avoid-at-all-costs” airport, a city ridden with crime and an octogenarian population. Who would have guessed such a place could become a byword for cool?

Much of this transformation is thanks to Art Basel’s decision to find a sunnier clime to host its fair – and where artists gather, cultural powerhouses follow. Last time I visited Miami Art Basel, the parties, people and culture that oozed out of South Beach’s single strip rivalled any of the world’s cosmopolitan hubs from Hong Kong to the Hamptons. In our insiders’ guide, we track down some of the city’s biggest influencers and take a look at the future that awaits them – from the most daring cultural and architectural undertakings to the terrifying backdrop of rising sea levels and threats of city extinction. So reset your course this December; now is the time to engage with Miami’s future.

Sacha Bonsor

If you wanted to hang around in Miami after Art Basel, we’ve got some great tips on how to make your New Year in the city one to remember. Or slip your lines and head south, to the Exumas or St Barths, that eternal end-of-year favourite. Here’s a tip for avoiding some serious FOMO angst: don’t open your MarineTraffic app when it’s dark and cold in Northern Europe on 31 December to see who’s anchored off Gustavia. It’s not good for the soul. If you feel like a change from the Caribbean, we can also recommend Phuket as a pretty peerless New Year’s Eve destination.

One superyacht that will be soaking up the Caribbean sun this season is Elandess, our cover star – and the star of the Monaco Yacht Show, according to many who saw her (myself included). That sundeck is something truly, truly special and I particularly like the way the entire yacht – stem to stern – was designed around the needs of three generations of the same family. That’s what it’s all about.

Stewart Campbell

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