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Showtime Miami – February 12-16

There is no better time to escape the frozen north and head to the sunny Florida Coast than right now. So put a little love in your life this Valentine’s Day and join us for the 2015 Miami International Boat Show from February 12-16. We’ll have seven great boats at this year’s show including two that are brand new for 2015 and making their North America debuts.

Leader 36: Designed by US naval architect Michael Peters with added styling by our friends at Garroni Design, the Leader 36 follows closely the exceptional design elements of the Leader 40 introduced this past fall. Open and sporty, the Leader 36 offers large living areas that are dedicated to sun and sea. Don’t miss stepping aboard this exceptional new 36 footer. 

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Velasco 37F: New for 2015, the Velasco 37F follows just behind her big sister the Velasco 43F which was also just recently introduced this fall. Like the 43F, the Velasco 37F is an elegant flybridge cruiser designed with affordability in mind. Large windows, great site lines and plenty of performance are just a few reasons to check out this exciting new flybridge cruiser at this year’s show. 

Learn more about the Velasco 37F: http://www.jeanneau.com/boats/Velasco-37F.html

Also not to be missed are great offerings in the Cap Camarat and Merry Fisher lines.

Miami Convention Center Booth E12

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