She’s worth $68 million and may be chartered one week for a wavy $500,000. The 200-foot superyacht “Lady Kathryn,” recognized as one of the most beautiful charter yachts in the world, is among the featured attractions the past four days at the Steelpointe Yacht & Charter Show at the Bridgeport Harbor Marina.
Organizers say the invitation-only event will draw 10,000 guests.
From news release:
The event features luxury yachts, rare and exotic cars, private jets and helicopters, and live music from across the U.S. Some of the most prestigious global brands have been represented throughout the weekend. The event opened on Thursday and will conclude today.
The Steelpointe Yacht & Charter Show is a world-class show and service at a world-class marina. The event will feature live performances and exciting demonstrations, and invitees will be able to browse yachts from many of the top international brands and brokers.
Participants will also experience the international debut of two 2022 world premiere yachts, “The 52-foot Monte Carlo and the 48-foot RIVA.”
Lamborghini will showcase three new vehicles, including a $2 million Lamborghini Sian, Ducati sporting a very rare 2021 Super Leggera (only 100 produced for the U.S.). Professional motorcycle racer and model Shelina Moreda will attend and do demonstrations on the Ducati Super Legerra. BMW and C. Parker Gallery of Greenwich will present “Andare Art Car” (live-painting of a vintage BMW–to occur throughout the show) by Rick Garcia, a world-famous, multi-dimensional artist (to benefit local charities); N.Y. Knicks star and NBA legend John Starks will debut his new “Legends Cigar” brand at the show and will be in attendance all weekend. Pope Francis also graciously donated a unique watch crafted for him for an auction to benefit Bridgeport Charities which will also be on display.
“People that are coming here are seeing something that nowhere else in the world exists–a unique combination of lifestyle and luxury with world premiere boats, art, vintage high-performance cars, helicopters, and so much more,” says Kitty McGowan, President U.S. SuperYacht Association
“This year’s show has been a huge success for Bridgeport, and its harbor as the city continues its revitalization. As we reactivate the waterfront, it is great to see so many new businesses and visitors come to Steelpointe Harbor,” says Steelpointe Harbor developer Robert Christoph Jr.
Live and silent auction money will benefit the following local causes: Optimus Healthcare, Caribe Youth Leaders, Bridgeport Neighborhood Trust, End End NRZ Market & Café, Beardsley Zoo, and the Connecticut NAACP.