14 of the best luxury yachts for sale at the 2017 Miami boat shows

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Watercolours

Asking $1,995,000 at Bradford Marine Yacht Sales

This week sees the start of the 2017 Miami boat shows, with a number of luxury yachts going on display as part of Yachts Miami Beach, Simply Sail Miami, the Miami International Boat Show.

Our round-up of the best yachts for sale starts with_ _Watercolours, which was built in aluminium by US yard Trinity. Launched in 1991 she has had several refits, most recently in 2007. Accommodation is for eight guests in a full-beam master suite, VIP suite and two identical double cabins, all with entertainment centres and en-suite bathroom facilities. In addition, five crew are accommodated in three cabins.

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WATERCOLOURS

Trinity Yachts |   35.05 m |   1991
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Heartbeat

Asking $3,579,000 at Galati Yacht Sales

Heartbeat was built in GRP by Hargrave Custom Yachts, with delivery in 2009 and has been cared for by a full-time captain and mate. Accommodation finished in cherry wood is for eight guests in four cabins consisting of a full-beam master suite aft, a VIP suite forward and port and starboard twins fitted with Pullman berths, and all cabins have marble en-suite bathroom facilities.

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HEARTBEAT

Hargrave Custom Yachts |  27.43 m |  10 guests |  $2,999,500

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HEARTBEAT

Hargrave Custom Yachts |   27.43 m |   2009
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Cheers 46

Asking $15,950,000 at Worth Avenue Yachts and Denison Yacht Sales

Cheers 46 was built in GRP by Italian yard Benetti to RINA class and was delivered in 2014 as one of the yard’s Veloce series. The interior by Redman Whiteley Dixon uses Kato wood throughout, a tropical African wood with a light grey stain. Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in five cabins including a main-deck full-beam master suite.

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LEGASEA

Benetti |   42.6 m |   2014
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Cocktails

Asking $16,500,000 at Fraser Yachts

Cocktails was built in aluminium by US yard Trinity Yachts to ABS class with delivery in 2004 and went back to the yard for a multimillion dollar refit in 2012. Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in five cabins including a main-deck master suite, while below there are two identical doubles to port and starboard, a further double and a twin with a Pullman berth.

  • Length: 47.85 metres
  • Builder / designer: Trinity Yachts
  • Broker: Fraser Yachts
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Aldabra

Asking $19,500,000 at Fraser Yachts and Edmiston & Company

Aldabra was built in steel and aluminium by Italian yard Codecasa to Lloyd's class and is MCA compliant with delivery in 2011 as the first in the yard’s Vintage series. Her layout accommodates 12 guests in a full-beam master and VIP cabin on the main deck, and four lower deck guest cabins — two doubles and two twins. Square windows, a vertical wheelhouse, and white and silver paintwork give her a distinctly modern look.

  • Length: 42 metres
  • Builder / designer: Codecasa
  • Brokers: Fraser Yachts and Edmiston & Company
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Status Quo

Asking $19,995,000 at RJC Yachts

Status Quo was built by Canadian yard Richmond Yachts to ABS class and was delivered in 2013. Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in a six-cabin layout plus crew quarters for up to eight. The guest accommodation is configured as a full-beam main deck master suite, VIP suite, three doubles with queen sized beds and a twin cabin, all with full en-suite bathroom facilities.

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REVIVE

Richmond Yachts |   45.72 m |   2013
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Casino Royale

Asking $29,950,000 at Northrop & Johnson

Casino Royale was built in GRP by US yard Christensen to ABS class and delivered in 2008 as the largest yacht in the yard’s Millennium Edition series. A lavish interior by Carol Williamson accommodates 12 guests in six cabins consisting of a main-deck master suite, a full-beam VIP suite, two doubles with queen sized beds and a further two twins, all with en-suite bathroom facilities.

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Madsummer

Asking $32,500,000 at Moran Yacht & Ship

The 55.47 metre state-of-the-art Feadship yacht Madsummer is offered for sale at Yachts Miami Beach through Moran Yacht & Ship. Launched in 2005 and refitted in 2015, she features custom interiors by Laura Sessa Design with accommodation for ten guests in five spacious cabins. Star features include her numerous exterior spaces, with plenty of room for soaking up the sun or enjoying a meal al fresco. A fully stocked toy garage boasts two Castoldi jet tenders, two Yamaha Waverunners, two sea kayaks, scuba diving equipment and a Bauer dive compressor with Nitrox system.

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Step One

Asking €32,900,000 at Y.CO

Step One was built by Dutch yard Amels in steel and aluminium and delivered in 2012 as the first in the yard's Limited Edition 180 series. A custom interior by Laura Sessa utilises a colour palette that focuses on creams and whites, with maple wood and white onyx contrasted against black details. Accommodation is for up to 11 guests in five cabins including a master suite on the main deck, three doubles and a twin, all with en-suite bathroom facilities.

YACHTS FOR SALE

STEP ONE

Amels |  55 m |  10 guests |  €28,500,000

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STEP ONE

Amels |   55 m |   2012
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Quinta Essentia

Asking €37,500,000 at Burgess

Quinta Essentia was built in aluminium by the Italian Sea Group and delivered in April 2016 as one of the yard’s Admiral models. Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in six cabins and interior designer Michela Reverberi has come up with the clever conceit of theming them according to the four elements of earth, air, fire and water. The cabins are configured as a master suite, two VIP suites and three twins.

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QUINTA ESSENTIA

Admiral - The Italian Sea Group |   55 m |   2016

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