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
A 212-foot superyacht named “Shemara” that originally launched in the UK in 1938 is docked in downtown Miami at the Epic Marina.
One of the oldest superyachts in the sea, the vintage vessel was relaunched a few years ago after a three-year renovation, according to Boat International, “retaining the elegance and charm of the original both inside and out while reconfiguring the interior and deck spaces for modern living.”
She can accommodate 12 guests in six cabins with features including a plunge pool on the upper deck, a giant saloon and dining room on the main deck, and a new grand central staircase linking the decks.
Shemara charters for $275,000 a week.
Miami Yacht Watch previously featured the super-fast 163-foot “Apricity,” the 211-foot “11.11” and her inflatable rock-climbing wall, and the 238-foot Vicky with her helipad.