2016 Miami International Boat Show Shopping Spree

If we had an unlimited budget, these items from the Miami show would be on our must-have list.

Costa sunglasses
Top quality sunglasses are first on the list. Costa's Amanda Sabin shows off the new Anaa frames, one of their hot new designs for 2016.Sam White
Costa sunglasses
The Rafaels were another new design from Costa that are sure to be a hit.Sam White
Carey Chen
Long days on the water mean that good sun protection is a must-have. Carey Chen shows off his new line of long-sleeve performance shirts that are perfect for the task.Sam White
Garmin
Garmin's new displays have the ability to split the screen into six different feeds from a variety of inputs, offering amazing flexibility for the captain.Sam White
Garmin heads up display
Marlin editor in chief Andrew Cox tries out the Nautix In-view Display, new from Garmin. The device clips on the side of any pair of glasses or sunglasses and can show 12 different functions including compass heading and water depth no matter where you are on the boat.Sam White
Mercury Marine
Got a need for speed? The new 400R outboards from Mercury Marine show off their optional matte black finish.Sam White
Release Marine Battle Saddle
The Battle Saddle from Release Marine is a great option for boats without the cockpit space for a full-sized fighting chair.Sam White
SeaKeeper
If we're rigging a new boat then a SeaKeeper gyro stabilizer is definitely on the list.Sam White
Redeye lures
The Triple 7 wahoo lure from Redeye Lures has a 48-ounce stainless steel head with interchangeable skirts and can be trolled up to 25 knots.Sam White