Check out the $1B worth of yachts coming to the Palm Beach International Boat Show

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In South Florida, it’s yacht season. And now Burgess, the late famed yachtsman Nigel Burgess’s firm, has unveiled what it has in store for the 31st annual Palm Beach International Boat Show.

The show, which kicks off tomorrow and runs through Sunday, will featuring more than $1.2 billion worth of yachts, boats and accessories, and is sure to attract a diamond-encrusted crowd.

Here is what you can expect:

Silver Fast

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77m (252.6ft), SILVERYACHTS, Australia, 2015

Asking Price: EUR 79.5 million (roughly $88 million)

Elandess

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60m (197ft), Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany, 2009

Asking price: EUR 52.5 million (roughly $58.8 million)

Illusion

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55.7m (182.7ft), Feadship, C Van Lent & Zonen, The Netherlands, 1983

Asking Price: $12.9 million

Sequel P

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54.7m (179.5ft), Proteksan Turquoise, Turkey, 2009

Asking Price: $25.9 million

Cakewalk

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55m (180.4ft), Benetti, Italy, 2003

Asking Price: $19.5 million

Deja Vu

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50.3m (165ft), Feadship, C Van Lent & Zonen, The Netherlands, 2000

Asking Price: $17.9 million

Mia Elise

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49.9m (163.8ft), Trinity Yachts, USA, 2010

Asking Price: $ 24.9 million

 

Francine

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45.8m (150.1ft), Azimut Benetti, Italy, 1989

Asking Price: $4.9 million

Centinela IV

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41.8m (137ft), Feadship, De Vries, The Netherlands, 1982

Asking Price: $7.4 million

 

Blind Date

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40.9m (134.2ft), Lürssen-Werft, Germany, 1995

Asking Price: $3.9 million

BG

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46.9m (153.9ft), Feadship, De Vries, The Netherlands, 1990

Asking Price: $13.9 million