Top 5 Yachts At The Palm Beach International Boat Show
President Trump may be one of Palm Beach’s most famous residents, but when it comes to large yachts, even President Trump would be impressed with the selection that will be on display at the Palm Beach International Boat Show that’s taking place at 101 S Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach from March 28-31. And while some have been on display earlier this year in Miami, others are open to the public for the first time.
Built in 2010 and fully refitted in 2018, the 190-foot-long Skyfall has the look and feel of a brand new yacht.
She’s also been equipped with a large number of amenities so charter guests can enjoy several different living areas.
Skyfall has also been designed to be wheelchair friendly, complete with with a wheelchair friendly VIP stateroom and elevator accessible from the accommodation deck to sky lounge.
Skyfall’s interior was designed by Patrick Knowles and features a stunning entrance foyer that leads directly from the aft deck and into the main salon.
With loads of comfortable seating charter guests can chill out here while enjoying the full entertainment system. A second large main guest space is the panoramic sky lounge on the upper deck which features a game table, bar and comfortable lounge area.
What does a certain successful American businessman, who’s owned multiple large yachts and an extensive exotic car collection do when he wants to build a bigger boat than his current 197-footer? Well, he grudgingly puts his Excellence V designed by Reymond Langton Design and built by Abeking & Rasmussen up for sale?
And as I saw for myself recently during the Miami Yacht Show, the Reymond Langton Design team provided Excellence V with three fully stocked bars and seven lounges in addition to well-designed spaces to work out or just chill out.
The main deck features a comfortable saloon and formal dining room along with a spacious upper deck lounge. The yacht is also equipped with a private cinema and well-designed amidships beach club.
Launched in 1994 and refit in 2016, the 238-foot long Coral Ocean is was designed by the late Jon Bannenberg and built by Lurssen, the German shipyard known for building some of the largest superyachts in the world.
As a result, her timeless design features accommodations for 12 guests in 6 staterooms and is capable of carrying up to 19 crew. The yacht also features powerful Caterpillar 3516 engines that allowing her to reach a maximum speed of 17 knots and cruise at 14 knots with a maximum range of 6,000 nautical miles.
Damen’s Shadow may not look like a conventional superyacht. And it’s 181-foot length is pretty small by superyacht standards. However, when you realize this entire ship is dedicated to carrying every imaginable superyacht water toy a billionaire may want to play with, you’ll soon realize that this yacht is on an entirely different level.
According to the broker, she was launched in 2017 and has had numerous upgrades since then. But nothing shows you what this boat can do better than simply listing the toys, boats, and tenders that come with this very, very serious toy carrier.
Built by luxury yacht builder Feadship, the ultra-classic motor yacht Minderella accommodates up to 10 guests in 5 staterooms and up to 14 crew. She has a steel hull, teak decks and a max speed of 16 knots. Exterior styling is by Mauro Micheli with her interior design by Yacht Next.