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Everybody Look At Me Cause I'm Sailing On A Boat

The Miami International Boat Show and the simultaneous satellite shows are one of the best opportunities all year to flaunt extravagant tastes and disposable incomes. That said, the vessels lining Indian Creek Waterway in Miami Beach from 41st Street to 52nd Street run the gamut, from kayaks to basic pleasure boats to 107-foot, ocean-cruising catamarans to $20 million, Italian-made, marble-laden super yachts. Some of the latest boats are so big in fact that show organizers are contemplating expanding the program to the as-yet-undeveloped Island Gardens deepwater marina, with water taxis shuttling back and forth from South Beach. Curbed photog Silvia Ros made it over to the Waterway, and so, without further ado...

· Previous boat show coverage [Curbed Miami]