Photographer: Jeff Brown/Breed Media

Tour a $73 Million Mega-Yacht Headed to Miami Boat Show

In anticipation of one of America's most glamorous yacht conventions, Yachts Miami Beach, we took a photo tour of a 200-foot, privately owned Benetti ship that's estimated to cost $73 million. Called the 11.11, it has a top speed of 17.5 knots and its four decks are kitted-out so that 12 guests can travel in total luxury.

(Corrects the name of the yacht show in the introduction. The 11.11 will be docket at Yachts Miami Beach, not the Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show.)
  1. The Profile
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    The Profile

    The 11.11 has a distinctive vertical axe bow, which avoids upward push from waves to create a surprisingly stable ride. 

    Photographer: Jeff Brown/Breed Media

  2. The Lobby
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    The Lobby

    The Interior of the 11.11 has an art deco theme. Seen here, the central lobby has a white Italian marble floor inlaid with a diamond geometric pattern and a polished stainless-steel trim.

    Photographer: Jeff Brown/Breed Media

  3. The Bow
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    The Bow

    At the bow, two teak sun loungers are positioned far ahead of the rest of the entertainment space. Recliners will feel as if they are flying over the waves—and getting a suntan at the same time. 

    Photographer: Jeff Brown/Breed Media

  4. The Master Suite
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    The Master Suite

    The windows in the spacious, curved master suite provide an expansive 180-degree view over the bow of the boat. The circular lighting fixture is custom-made for the space, and the bedframe is dark-stained beech, with an ivory leather headboard. 

    Photographer: Jeff Brown/Breed Media

  5. From Above
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    From Above

    The 11.11 was built by Benetti, the oldest luxury shipyard in the world, having constructed boats along the coast of Italy since 1873. The brand considers this boat its finest example of innovative, luxury yacht design. 

    Photographer: Jeff Brown/Breed Media

  6. The Sun Deck
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    The Sun Deck

    The primary leisure space on the ship is the upper sun deck, which is fitted with an adjustable table that can be raised for an informal lunch or dinner, as well as a fluted outside bar made of sandblasted Italian stone.

    Photographer: Jeff Brown/Breed Media

  7. The Sky Lounge
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    The Sky Lounge

    A bar that the ship's designers call the Sky Lounge is nestled on the upper deck. It features a custom-made cocktail bar, polished stainless steel bar stools, and a bespoke Tracey Emin neon.

    Photographer: Jeff Brown/Breed Media

  8. The Spa
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    The Spa

    The 11.11's spa area features a dedicated treatment room and a steam room made entirely from mosaic tiles with a pearly luster.

    Photographer: Jeff Brown/Breed Media

  9. The Pool
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    The Pool

    The pool on the sun deck is inspired by the spa. A second jet pool and hang-out area can be found on the upper deck. 

    Photographer: Jeff Brown/Breed Media

  10. The Dining Area
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    The Dining Area

    The centerpiece of the upper deck is a 14-seat dining table with backlit LED quartzite panels. The nearby outdoor bar was carved from Italian fluted stone that once weighed over a ton. 

    Photographer: Jeff Brown/Breed Media

  11. The Stern
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    The Stern

    Full-height picture windows and the absence of bulwarks creates a sense of proximity to the water. Forty-six lights set beneath the waterline create a magical nighttime glow.

    Photographer: Jeff Brown/Breed Media