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Meet SeaFair, a $40 million 228-foot long ship dedicated to selling art, jewelry, and antiques—kind of like a floating luxury mall. Designed by Luiz De Basto, SeaFair is the fourth-largest privately owned yacht in the United States and the largest ship "built for commercial operation in the Intracoastal Waterway," says its official site. Docking in city centers, the ship features four decks:
· Deck One features a formal entry, ten individual exhibit spaces and a coffee barThe shopping yacht is scheduled to dock in the Port of St. Petersburg this December 9 through 12.
· Deck Two features twelve exhibit spaces and the Luxe Lounge, an open-air champagne and caviar lounge on the aft deck
· Deck Three features six exhibit spaces and Sapore’, our formal glass-walled restaurant
· The Sky Deck (Deck Four) contains Bistro360, an informal open-air restaurant and Bar360, a cocktail reception area
· SeaFair the megayacht venue [Official Site]
· SeaFair luxury shopping yacht docks in St. Petersburg [Bizjournals]