- The 32nd annual Miami Yacht Show , the city's premier yachting event , is being held February 13 to February 17.
- Over 32,000 attendees are expected to view over 400 boats on display over the course of the five-day show.
- Over 15 yachts are making their debut, the biggest of which include amenities like a helipad and a dance floor.
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Over the course of Presidents' Day Weekend, 32,000 people are expected to enjoy over 400 yachts at the annual Miami Yacht Show .
The show, which will take place from February 13 to February17, will also feature the debut of over 15 vessels. Those boats range from sporty fishing boats to luxurious superyachts. Each debuting vessel features new technology and sleek design, emphasizing the futuristic mentality the yachting industry is embracing.
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