The Fort Launderdale International Boat Show, which starts on Thursday week (October 30), is a great showcase for brokerage superyachts, and a great chance for potential owners to compare a selection of yachts on their shortlist. We’ve selected a small number of stand-out yachts at this year’s show.

Allegria $26.75 million
Fresh from a spring survey and a successful Mediterranean charter season, this pleasingly traditional yacht is ready for seasons of sterling service for a new owner.

46.3m Hakvoort 2004
Shown by: Moran Yacht & Ship
Location: HOF FD 20-24

Felicita West $25 million
Felicita West RS
This all-aluminium Ron Holland design boasts some impressive on-deck spaces. Fully refitted this winter at Rybovich.

64.0m Perini Navi 2003
Shown by: Northrop & Johnson
Location: Sails Marina

Sycara IV $37 million
A brilliant homage to the era of classic motor yachting, commissioned by Ray Catena. Ken Freivokh’s interior is a faithful recreation of the era.

46.1m Burger Boat Company 2009
Shown by: Burgess
Location: FTL Hilton

Swan $37 million
SWAN (5)
Launched as Lyana in 2010, Swan benefits from a refit this year. An owner’s cabin skylight means you can sleep under the stars.

60.0m Benetti 2010
Shown by: Fraser Yachts
Location: Face Dock 20

Inmocean $7.5 million
A refit this winter has given this Dubois-designed aluminium performance sailing yacht a host of upgrades.

41.0m Fitzroy Yachts 2008
Shown by: Denison Super Yacht Division
Location: TBC

Northlander $19.5 million
Moonen Shipyards YN189 MY
Go-anywhere yachting aboard this steel and aluminium explorer with a wonderful interior from Art-Line.

38.2m Moonen  2009
Shown by: Camper & Nicholsons International
Location: Face Dock 9, 9A-C