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7 largest superyachts at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

Starting from 203 feet

The 257-foot TV
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Miami is a common host for extravagant yachts at all times of the year. Track these magnificent vessels and their outlandish toys with Miami Yacht Watch, which typically runs weekly on Curbed Miami.

With the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show beginning on Wednesday and running through Sunday, we thought you’d be interested in learning about the largest superyachts that’ll be in attendance.

There are seven vessels topping 200 feet long, some of which you may be familiar with after following Miami Yact Watch. Our list is in order of smallest to largest.

Mine Games

Size: 203 feet

This dynamic vessel, which we’ve featured before, is equipped with a steel hull with an aluminum superstructure in addition to some cool amenities, including a Turkish bath and Jacuzzi on the sundeck, an elevator, a baby grand piano, and a helipad.

It’s listed for $29.95 million.


Size: 205 ft

Now asking $24.95 million, details include rich woodwork in the main salon, granite flooring in the foyer, and a grand staircase.

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Size: 208 feet

SuRi was actually extended by over 30 feet in 2012 and features a ton of water toys.

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Double Down

Size: 214 ft

This isn’t the first time this sleek vessel has reached our pages. It’s also owned by BurgerFi owner John Rosatti.

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Size: 217 feet

The beautiful vessel is owned by billionaire Larry Van Tuyl, who sold the largest privately held car dealership group in the U.S. to Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway.


Size: 237 feet

Chartering for nearly $900,000 a week, the Abeking & Rasmussen vessel was built in 2016 and features a beach club, a fireplace, a helipad, and a tender garage.

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Size: 257 ft

The largest superyacht at this year’s show features an interior inspired by South Beach. Additional details include large floor-to-ceiling windows, a master suite with 180-degree views, and a large countercurrent pool.

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