The 220-foot Alloy sailing yacht Vertigo wowed brokers and media alike with smart features, a sexy decor and plans to charter in Antarctica at the end of 2015.
The 131-foot Perini Navi sailing yacht State of Grace was impressive for her sleek design and features meant to surpass expectations during regatta charters.
At 241 feet, the Freire motoryacht Naia was among the top superyachts in the show, praised for her luscious interior decor filled with an array of fabrics and textures.
Just a hair smaller at 239 feet, the Picchiotti motoryacht Grace E was the most talked about of the new superyachts in the show, with a beautiful interior decor and expansive guest staterooms.
The 161-foot Feadship motoryacht Teleost, a perennial charter favorite, was looking brand-new and has exciting plans to charter in Panama during the next few months.
The 183-foot Benetti motoryacht Galaxy impressed show-goers with her recently updated interior decor, adding to her already world-renowned charter program and service standards.
Among smaller yachts, the Lagoon 62 Mon Beu packed quite a lot into her catamaran hull, with terrific crew and scuba diving options along with an award for being the most eco-friendly yacht at the show.
Sir Richard Branson’s 105-foot sailing catamaran Necker Belle made a well-received return to the charter market after several years spent as a private yacht for Necker Island.
Blue Ice, the 150-foot Palmer Johnson motoryacht, stood out on the docks with her sexy blue hull and speed-demon design, and further surprised show-goers with her neutral, subtle and elegant interior decor.
Last but not least, the 67-foot sailing yacht Aurora welcomed show-goers with a delicious taste of the owner’s favorite treat: homemade gelato. Ask for the gingerbread flavor on your next charter. You won’t be disappointed.