Sunseeker 86 Yacht Review

Sunseeker 86
This is a new model of Sunseeker which is making waves among her competitors. Sunseeker got into the limelight in the 1980s and 1990s when it launched its remarkable series of sport boats. Sunseeker is now a well-known name for producing quality, sleek and efficient motor yachts. Made in the first model made had offshore racing hulls with nice stripes and luxurious upholstery; they were top of the line when it comes to looks and performance.
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Horizon V80 Yacht Review

Horizon V80
The V80 is known for its ability to comfortably accommodate their touted capacity of eight persons at night it its staterooms with no issues. It can also seat these eight people comfortably for dinner or they can convene in any area of their choice, like the main deck dining table, the foredeck sunning pavilion, the dining area in the aft-deck is also convenient for groups, as well as the pilothouse dinette and the fishing cockpit.
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Azimut Magellano 76 Review

Azimut Magellano 76
First impressions of the Magellano 76 would remind one of a traditional boat because of its wooden steering wheel; the plum bow may even give you the feeling that this boat will push its way through the seas. As we all know, first impressions can often be wrong as you will see once you’ve experienced the trawler of the future.
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Viking 75 Motor Yacht Review

Viking 75 Motor Yacht Review
Viking’s 75 motor yacht could be quite misleading. From some views, the 75 looks like a modern megayacht, curvaceous with large windows in darkened tear drop form, and a swept-back skylounge. From another perspective, the 75 comes with the full glory of everything Viking, straight from performance to strong engineering and the “WoW” factor consistent with Viking battlewagons.
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Going to the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show? Take the broker with you!

One of the biggest yacht festival in the world, the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show will open the doors for the true fans of the sea, drive and risk at the end of the autumn. During five days – from 3rd to 7th of November – Florida will become a place for hundreds of good bargains.

If you were thinking about purchasing a yacht for a long time or if you want to find a buyer for your own boat, go to the East coast of USA – and you will get what you want.

Of course, it won’t be easy to understand everything independently. The Fort Lauderdale Boat Show is annually visited by thousands of people. Hundreds of yachts of all the types and scale rates are exposed on the show. Dozens of different events are held within the show, and it will be impossible to be everywhere in time. Especially if you came here with a specific purpose – to sell or to buy a yacht.

Don’t risk. Do not endow the opportunity to get new impressions, to socialize and watch the best yachts. Entrust all the cares on the purchase or sale of the vessel to the yacht broker from “Atlantic Yacht & Ship”. The experts work here.

Buy yacth at Fort Lauderdale Boat Show

It will be easy to sell the yacht on the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show!

You shouldn’t be on board all the time and study all the legislation and way of the vessel’s renewal thoroughly to sell the boat. The broker shall undertake all the questions, beginning with communication with potential buyers and ending up with execution of an agreement. There’s not much left for you – to affix a signature and receive the money. Read more →

Pershing 70 Yacht Review

Pershing 70 Yacht Review
The Pershing 70 is a high speed, narrow-beamed, sleek machine. It moves with latent power and maintains supreme comfort at high speeds. Fun to drive, Pershing decided to test automatic trim systems to assist yacht captains in speed handling and fuel burn. With Italian-built Top System drives; the advertised maximum of 46 knots was hit, with the acceleration and handling expected from a Pershing without compromising comfort. This boat is perfect for a weeklong luxury cruise with the family.
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Coastal Craft 65′ Concord Yacht Review

Coastal Craft 65' Concord Yacht Review
With their large angles and flat expanses, most all-aluminium motoryachts are easy to identify. The same cannot be said for the Coastal Craft 65 Concord; it is very difficult to say whether it is made from aluminium plate or curvaceous fiberglass. The interior is made with crafted joinery, sparkling heated marble soles and state of the art electrical systems. To top it off it is propelled by a set of Volvo Penta IPS1200s with Joystick Plus and Joystick Drive.
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