The Silent 64 uses solar panels and lithium batteries, eliminating the need for diesel engines.
Miami-Dade Parks reports that 6,961 Floridians have signed up for Miami-Dade Marina SMS safety alerts.
The capsized vessels were stored on Watson Island after Hurricane Irma.
The Yacht Collection is scheduled to stop in Cartagena and Barbados.
When it’s finished, Terminal B—which is dedicated to Norwegian Cruise Line—will measure 166,500 square feet in size.
The Miami Yacht Show is happening too
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An 82-foot sailing yacht previously asking $3.495 million is hitting auction in a few weeks in Fort Lauderdale without reserve.
A week after the magnificent Fountainhead (owned by the CEO of Sears) passed through Miami, and another superyacht with a billionaire owner has arrived: the 295-foot Lionheart
The 288-foot Fountainhead, which has been mistakingly tied to Dallas Mavericks owner and Shark Tank star Mark Cuban as its proprietor, has returned to Miami.
Fresh off last week’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which featured some spectacular superyachts, there’s a new massive vessel in town albeit without the luxury toys.
Touted as the world’s first fully electric luxury yacht, Dasher will be on display at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which begins today and runs through the weekend.
While Miami and the rest of the world won’t stop fighting in the war on climate change, perhaps some will consider living among those rising seas.
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. Meet Gil Dezer’s "day boat."
Asking about $30 million as of last fall, the Amore Mio, which translates to "my love" in Italian, has docked in Miami at the Island Gardens Marina on Watson Island.
The 206-foot ‘11.11’ is currently docked at the Miami Beach Marina, towing with it an incredible array of water toys that includes an inflatable rock climbing wall, seabobs, waverunners, various towable toys, a kayak, paddleboard, windsurfer, and floating pool.
The 238-foot Vicky is docked in Miami, boasting a helipad, a wide array of water toys and tenders, and an interior design that won several awards in 2013.
The 191-foot J’Ade superyacht is docked at the Epic Marina in downtown Miami and is equipped with several unique features, highlighted by being the first vessel in the world to offer a "floating garage."
As the Miami International Boat Show and Yachts Miami Beach both wrap up today, we thought it would be fun to take a look back over the weekend and absorb both massive boat shows in an Instagram highlight reel of sorts.
It was announced today the first Aston Martin powerboat will make its U.S. debut at Yachts Miami Beach this week, courtesy of Quintessence Yachts.
The M/V John Paul Dejoria, named after the billionaire businessman and philanthropist, was unveiled in Miami last week at the Epic Marina, becoming the first ship to be christened with a bottle of tequila.
Built in 2006 by Benetti, the 208-foot Lioness V, a superyacht formerly owned by controversial billionaire businessman Philip Green, is currently anchored at the slip by Museum Park in downtown Miami.
Rockstar, an aptly-named superyacht owned by Rockstar energy founder Russ Weiner, has returned to Miami and is docked outside the Epic Hotel. The 161-foot ship is currently on the market asking $16.9 million.
The 181-foot Quinta Essentia is currently docked in Miami on Watson Island and is outfitted with a plethora of unique offerings, including a cutting-edge Auxilia Hybrid System and a pool that includes a waterfall.
One of Miami’s newest aquatic arrivals is the Axioma (formerly dubbed Red Square), a stunning vessel currently docked at the Epic Marina in downtown Miami.
The 113-foot Pure Insanity hails from Italy and was built by Baglietto. Painted in a dark metallic grey, the sleek vessel emits bad boy vibes and can achieve a max speed of 33 knots.