Here is the second part of our Fort Lauderdale Boat Show preview. A plethora of the year's most noteworthy launches will be presented, including Delta's 50 metre Arianna and the first Ocean Alexander 120, built at Christensen. Princess Yachts' flagship Imperial Princess, its first 40m, will make her US debut, as will Horizon Yacht's' new tri-deck 45 metre.
Prime Time Preview
Thursday 25 October, 10am-7pm
Enjoy the show without the crowds on this VIP preview day, which attracts the serious yacht buyers, owners and industry professionals a day before the show officially opens to the public.
Friday 26 October 10am-7pm
Saturday 27 October 10am-7pm
Sunday 28 October 10am-7pm
Monday 29 October 10am-5pm
Prime Time Preview: $34 on-line and $36 at show
Two-Day Ticket: $36 on-line and $38 at show?
Adults: $18 on-line and $20 at show?
Children aged 6-15: $3 on-line and $5 at show
Children under 6: Free
Trinity Yachts 57m
Making her US debut, Trinity's Lady Linda benefited from the knowledge of her experienced owners, who imbued the yacht with an array of thoughtful touches. She boasts equal-sized guest cabins, and a shallow draught to easily manoeuvre in the owner's favoured cruising grounds of The Bahamas.
Motor yacht Lady Linda is for sale listed for sale by International Yacht Collection asking $43.9 million.
Domani, a Classic 121, represents Benetti's recently upgraded Classic series, and is the third Benetti for a repeat client. Stefano Righini designed the composite yacht and, while upgraded with owner feedback, she resembles her predecessors with a hardtop over the sundeck and large hull portholes.
Trinity Yachts 50m
Built for a repeat Trinity owner, the new tri-deck Tsumataccommodates 12 guests in six en-suites. Her expansive sundeck allows for outdoor exercise stations, along with multiple lounging options, a spa pool, alfresco dining for eight, and space for the rescue tender.
Ocean Alexander 120
Ocean Alexander 36.8m
Designed in collaboration between Ocean Alexander, Christensen Shipyards and designer Evan K Marshall, the new tri-deck from Ocean Alexander (built at Christensen) makes her world debut here.
Cheoy Lee 46m
The Cheoy Lee-built Mazu will debut in Fort Lauderdale. She stands out from her sister with bold red hull paint and has a range of more than 7,000nm at 11 knots.
Series-yacht builder Westport will bring a new 40m to Fort Lauderdale. The popular tri-deck model features exterior styling by Taylor Olsen and Westport and hull design by Bill Garden. She accommodates 10 in five suites, including an on-deck master. Her twin MTU 12V 4000 engines give her a 20-knot cruising speed, topping out at 24 knots.