The 32nd Palm Beach International Boat Show took place from March 23rd to 26th. The third biggest boat show in the USA after the Fort Lauderdale and the Miami Beach events, it features hundreds of boats of all kinds, from inflatables to superyachts, and accessories from the world’s leading marine manufacturers.
The Ferretti Group presented eight new models by Ferretti Yachts, Pershing, Riva and Custom Line, alongside a vast Allied Marine brokerage stand with other yachts showcased.
The new models on display at the Palm Beach event were:
– Ferretti Yachts 450 and Ferretti Yachts 700.
– Pershing 62 and Pershing 70.
– Aquariva Super, 63’ Virtus and 88’ Domino Super by Riva.
– Navetta 28 by Custom Line.
In addition to the new fleet of open, coupé and flybridge yachts from 10 to 28 metres in length, there was a varied selection on offer from Allied Marine, the famous Ferretti Group Company that has been providing charter and brokerage services since 1945.
In Palm Beach, where the company has one of its US representative and sales offices, Allied Marine presented 10 yachts of different types and sizes, including a Ferretti Yachts 750, a Riva 63’ Virtus, two Pershing yachts (64 and 72), an Itama 75 and other flybridge and sport fishing boats by a number of American shipyards.
Sunseeker USA Sales Co and Rick Obey Associates showcased the 95 Yacht and the new 68 Sport Yacht MKII, which made their US debuts. Completing the Sunseeker line-up at the show is the Predator 68 and Predator 57, the 75 Yacht and the Manhattan 65.
Sunseeker USA president Sean Robertson said: “The new 95 Yacht’s design has evolved to perfectly emulate the new design direction of our larger models, yet it still remains unmistakably a Sunseeker. Over 30 percent of our business is from the Americas; it is therefore really important that we continue to exhibit at the U.S. shows and invest into developing our exceptional yacht range available for our U.S. customers.”