From 13 to 17 February, the Miami Marine Stadium welcomes experts in the field of yachting, including yachtsmen and, of course, dreamers. An estimated throng of over 100,000 visitors at the Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show will be able to admire over 1400 boats, subdivided into sailboats and motorboats, yachts and catamarans, fishing boats and offshore, or small tenders for luxury vessels.
The event is organized by the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA), the largest of its kind in the world and the main association representing the pleasure boat industry. The boats are on sale and visitors can climb on board, or even try them out on the open sea. The main theme of the fair is protection of the marine environment, for which all the exhibitors are expected to focus their attention.
One of the protagonists of the Miami International Boat Show is Visionnaire. The meta-luxury brand specializing in interior design Made in Italy of the highest quality takes part once again in partnership with Baglietto, the shipyard that constructs new planing and semi-displacement yachts in aluminium, from 35 to 50 meters, and displacement mega-yachts longer than 40 meters, in steel and aluminium.
For the occasion, the Baglietto lounge will be set up at Visionnaire Miami, the flagship store that has recently hosted the art-design installation The Garden of Beauty during Design Miami and Art Basel in December.
The aim of the two partners is to make unique boats, personalized to meet the needs of the owner, with the same style and philosophy found in the sartorial projects of Visionnaire. This is the starting point for the interior concept of the 48-meter T-Line Baglietto, entirely furnished by the brand and presented for the first time at the Monaco Yacht Show in September.