There are some great new designs on show at the Fort Lauderdale show, which starts next week. Here's a taster of what you can see.

Mangusta GranSport 48
The next generation Mangusta – an all-aluminium 48-metre raised pilothouse yacht designed by Alberto Mancini and boasting a top speed of 26 knots. “This line enables us to enter a new segment of yachts with sporty lines, as well as an extensive range and low consumption,” says Francesco Frediani, group commercial director at the Overmarine Group.
See it at: Face Dock 12


New superyacht conceptsOcean Alexander 112
In build and set for her public debut at the Miami show next year, the 34-metre 112 is a stylish contender from the board of Evan K. Marshall. There’s all the sociable guest spaces we’ve come to expect from the yard.
See it at: F Dock 614, 616, 618, 620


New superyacht concepts150 Sunreef Power
A 46-metre with all the space to spare that the catamaran form brings. The upper-deck master is huge and the new yacht is pegged to reach a top speed of 22 knots.
See it at: G/H Dock 23


New superyacht conceptsAH Ocean Rover
A 40.5-metre explorer yacht designed for flexible use – long-range exploration, global charter operations and scientific research. ‘AH’ stand for ‘all hemispheres’. The concept has been created by a team of explorer yacht experts: Pat Bray of Bray Design, John DeCaro of All Ocean Yachts, Winston Clarke, ex-captain of Big Fish, Michael Kirschstein of Kirschstein Design, and David Darwent of D2 Project Management.
See it at: LOM X Dock 122
• more on the AH Ocean Rover here


New superyacht conceptsLogica 145
The latest flagship from Logica is this 47-5-metre steel-and-aluminium yacht, a development of the 147 (which will be present at the show on Face Dock 14).
See it at: Face Dock 14

• there’s a full preview of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2015 in the latest issue of SuperYacht World