After a year’s hiatus, the famous event from Boat Rental in Miami, the Miami International Boat Show, is back. With new locations across Miami and Miami Beach, along with an armada of new boats of all sizes.
Calling the “largest boat and yacht show in the world,” Boat Rental in Miami extravaganza starts. After being cancelled last year, it’s now back with a new name and expanded footprint: The Discover Boating Miami International Boat Show. It now has six locations, rather than four, including the Sea Isle Marina where over 150 vessels are available for sea trials, super yachts at Island Gardens marina, and hundreds of smaller production boats will return to the Miami Beach Convention Center for the first time in five years. There are our Top nine best boat rental in Miami.
This 102-foot pocket-yacht charter was all set to be shown in Miami as a brand-new boat. But days before the end of 2021, an American buyer snapped-up the $13.4 million triple-decker. Now, instead of sailing off into the sunset, the Spritz 102 will still debut at the Miami International Boat Show. However, this time as a $95,000-a-week, yacht charter. The Italian, Giorgio Cassetta, designed this yacht party rental, with its multitude of entertaining spaces. Offer beds for 12 in five cabins with twin 1,100-hp Cats, it has a 16-mph top speed and a 2,500-mile range.
‘Gene Machine’ Meets ‘Gene Chaser’
To showcase the finest of Dutch boat-building skills, appears the super yacht builder Amels and its workboat division Damen. They show us two examples of their handiwork to this year’s Miami show. The connection between the 180-foot Amels Gene Machine and the rugged 182-foot Damen YS 5009 support yacht Gene Chaser is Dr. Jonathan Rothberg. A leading American scientist, inventor and biotech billionaire who, conveniently also the owns both. Better known for his contributions to next-generation DNA sequencing. Rothberg plans to travel the globe with both yachts, in an effort to address what he calls “our biggest global challenges.”
Ferretti Yachts 500
US buyers will finally get a chance to kick the fenders of Ferretti Yachts’ sleek, new 50-foot fly bridge cruiser, the FY500. Talented Filippo Salvetti was design, this big-windowed, rather traditionally-styled. This luxury yacht charter comes with such big-yacht features as dual staircases leading up from the swim platform. In addition, includes an oversized, family-friendly cockpit table that can set up to 10. Inside, there’s a choice of “classic” or “contemporary” interior designs. The three cabins, including beds for six and a lovely full-beam master. A pair of muscly 550-hp Cummins QSB 6.7 turbo diesels should deliver a top speed of 35 hp.
Azimut Yachts 68 Fly
When it comes to Azimut Flybridge models, there are more choices than any other builder. The gorgeous Azimut 68 Fly make its boat rental in Miami debut. Alberto Mancini and Achille Salvagni did the exterior and interior designs, respectively. This giving the boats plenty of Italian glamour inside and out. That cool hardtop with its opening sunroof is made of carbon fiber to shave weight and lower the center of gravity. And full marks for the bright-and-airy, wide-open salon with its towering 6’6” of headroom.
Cranchi A46 Luxury Tender
Legendary Italian builder Cranchi, which has been around since 1870. Now, used the Miami boat rental event bigger for jumping into the booming fast-day boat market with this sleek A46 Luxury Tender. The designer, Christian Grande, make this high-sided, plumb-bowed 46-footers. All thought soaking up rays, with its acres of sun pads and clever, fold-down side “wings” that extend the width of the cockpit. For overnighting, there’s a beautifully finished open-plan cabin with two singles and a forward dinette that morphs into a double. Power comes from a pair of 480-hp Volvo diesels coupled to IPS pod drives that can punch the A46 to a top speed of 40 mph.
In the case of the TT460 from Italian builder Invictus, it is another head-spinning design of Christian Grande. This new Invictus is distinguished by its gorgeous, wave-shaped T-top and elegant, reverse sheer bow. Powered, drop-down side sections expand the width of the cockpit dining area. While twin 480-hp Volvos with IPS pod drives provide the power and 41-mph top speed.
Private boat charter never come more playful than this new 53-foot, lightweight aluminum VQ52 center cockpit from Dutch builder Vanquish Yachts. This latest addition to Vanquish fast-evolving VQ line-up is making its US debut like a luxury boat rental in Miami. Available in open, T-top or hard-top guises, what doesn’t change are the multitude of sun pads and chill spaces to relax. Engine choices range from twin 600-hp Volvos with IPS pods to twin 1,200-hp MANs and rooster-tailing surface drives.
Making its US debut like private yacht rental in Miami, Pardo’s new flagship is an unusually versatile boat. The four-cabin interior includes a large main salon, a full-beam stateroom and plenty of natural light throughout. The new Italian cruiser is powered by twin 700-hp Volvo Penta engines with IPS drives. The vertical bow is designed for rough water, while the rear half is all about enjoying the great outdoors. The large aft section on the main deck and open upper deck, plus foldout sides at the stern, give the 60 exceptional open space. In fact, it can be buttoned down for rough weather or opened for use in the sun. The newest Pardo will do well as a multi-season dreams yacht charter.
Leopard 46 Powercat
The booming power catamaran market is getting a key addition with Leopard’s brand-new 46 Powercat. Making its global debut in yacht rental in Miami, FL, this 46 ft is important because it’ll soon be joining the Moorings’ global charter fleet. Robertson & Caine, a cat specialist, built this new 46P. Of course, it comes with a sprawling 24-foot beam that provides the ideal interior space. Owner versions will likely have three-stateroom accommodations, with one entire hull being dedicated to a spacious master suite. Twin 250-hp Yanmars will give a zippy 24-mph top speed. This, while big fuel tanks and the efficient hulls, will deliver 1,600 nautical miles.