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Miami Yacht Watch: The 238-foot Vicky and her helipad

Asking $63 million

Miami is a common host for extravagant yachts at all times of the year. Track these magnificent vessels and their outlandish toys with Curbed’s Miami Yacht Watch

The 191-foot J-Ade and its floating garage are no longer docked outside downtown Miami’s Epic Hotel, but in her place is the 238-foot Vicky, which boasts a helipad on its bow.

Built in 2012 by Turquoise and designed by H2, the imposing superyacht won several awards back in 2013, including two Showboats Design Awards—for “Interior Layout” and “Recreational Area.”

Among Vicky’s finer features are a double-height atrium in the main salon, a full-beam master suite with private balconies, an elevator, and an Asian-inspired spa with a pool and a steam room. Other details include a beach club, sea terrace, large sundeck with a pool up top, professional DJ station, and three tenders.

Water toys include a six-meter slide, WaveRunners, Seabobs, a floating pool, plenty of towable toys, and an inflatable water park.

Vicky charters for about $600,000 per week and is also listed for $62.6 million.

M/y Vicky!

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EPIC Hotel

270 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami, FL 33131 (305) 424-5226