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75’ Hatteras LOVELIEST LADYis a 75’ Hatteras Yacht that has uniqueness, elegance, and livability that can be enjoyed privately or with several friends. She has all the creature comforts of a luxury hotel suite with the added ability to travel in the ocean to many fun ports. Come aboard LOVELIEST LADYand you will not want to leave, you will want to own! “She is more than a yacht to buy, she is a lifestyle to live.”


Contact Michael Wiest Yacht Sales (888) 544-0021


NEW Mikelson 43 Zeus The all new Mikelson 43 Zeus is now powered by the Cummins 6.7L, 550HP, Zeus pod drives! In addition to joystick control and “Skyhook” capabilities, the added horsepower and torque give the Mikelson 43 Zeus speeds up to 33 knots with unheard of fuel efficiency! See mikelsonyachts.com


Contact Mikelson Yachts, Inc. (619) 222-5007; mikelsonyachts.com


Tartan 101 The TARTAN 101 debuted in 2013 winning Best Performance Cruiser in class and Best Domestic Boat. She has quickly become very popular in Southern California with the formation of the 1st One Design fleet in Marina del Rey. Yes, she is fast but also very comfortable and easy to sail. With the biggest cockpit in her class, 6’2” head- room and berths for six she is the most versa- tile and fun boat on market today.


Contact Blue Pacific Boating (310) 305-7245; bluepacificboating.com


61’ Ocean Alexander This boat has everything! Priced to sell at 20 percent under market value! New canvas and Isinglass, fresh buff and wax, engines serviced 6/14. 3 S/R’s, washer and dryer, full galley w/ extra pantry, 825 hp Detroits w/block heaters, stabilizers, 25 hp 3 station bow & stern thrusters, watermaker, 20K & 8K gensets, Inverter, extra bank of batteries. Custom tool and rod storage, under sole storage, life raft.


Contact Newport Coast Yachts (949) 295-9654; newportcoastyachts.com


Offshore 87’/92’ Motoryacht The ultimate Offshore flagship with entry and bottom designed for smooth, level running. All the latest tech from joystick maneuvering to Seatorque quiet shaft system.


This year’s show willfeature “sailboat row,” offering a wide selec- tion of some of the best new and previously owned sailboats on the West Coast. The new venue offers a convenient opportunity for a side-by-


side comparison of sailboats from domestic and international manufacturers. If your passion is sailboats, this year’s Lido Boat Show is a must


see!


New this year! Sailboats!


Lido’s Got


Contact John Olson (949) 673-5401; john@offshorewest.com VanDutch 40


For the discerning and passionate enthusiast, VanDutch specializes in unique, striking and high quality luxury yachts. Established in 2008, the aim for VanDutch was to create a luxury yacht that was fast, uniquely stylized and incredibly powerful. With this focus in mind, the VanDutch 40 was released to the market and instantly changed the face of yachting forever.


Contact Mike Costa, Van Dutch Center (949) 244-9025; vandutch.com Allied 20


Allied boats are renowned for their safety, toughness, dependability, affordability. “Simple Elegance” above the waterline, Allied boats are modeled after the 200 year old dory design fea- turing long, sweeping sheer lines, sharp, high prows, wide beams and ample flair for stability. Each Allied is hand-laid, using only high quality composite materials, self-bailing cockpits and unsinkable with full, high density foam flotation.


Ventura Harbor Marine & Yacht Yard (805) 642-6755; venturahbryachtyard.com


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