VanDutch Pop-Up Showroom Kick-Off CelebrationPosted on: February 12th, 2015 by SoFlaNights.com
VanDutch & LionHeart Capital kicked off the Miami International Boat Show 2015 in style at the exclusive VanDutch Pop-Up Showroom Celebration that took place at the Ritz Carlton Residences, Miami Beach Sales Gallery. Hosted by Anko Mast, CEO of VanDutch, and Nicholas Cardoza, Vice President of Sales for Miami, guests enjoyed refreshing VanDutch Rosé tastings and hors d’oeuvres provided by Thierry’s Catering. VanDutch also joined forces with the Ritz Carlton Residences throughout the whole weekend for some very exclusive cocktail receptions at their Miami Beach show room.
Nicholas Cardoza announced the newest yacht to join the elite line – VanDutch 75, which will define ultimate luxury with its unrivaled performance, comfort and design. The difference between VanDutch and other yachting brands is that they don’t just offer you a luxury yacht; they also offer you a lifestyle. One of the loyal VanDutch owners is the head of the Miami Marketing Group, nightlife impresario David Grutman, the owner of Miami’s most popular nightclubs LIV and STORY. His favorite VanDutch model started out as the VanDutch 40, but he quickly realized it was time for the next level. The new VanDutch 55 SS GROOT is now racing the open coastal waters of the Miami Beach. He made sure to make a statement when he ordered the all black VanDutch with bright, Hermes Orange upholstery.
Lionheart Capital’s The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach, is the newest ultra-luxury residential development in South Florida, being completed with award-winning Miami architecture firm ADD Inc. The Residences, located on seven acres in a quiet corner of Miami Beach on the shores of Surprise Lake, will bring together renowned Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni’s modernist vision with the legendary service of The Ritz-Carlton to redefine Miami modern living. When completed, it will be the only stand-alone Ritz-Carlton Residences in Miami Beach and one of a select few in the world.