As we noted last month, the new Aston Martin Virage is no ordinary car. So it’s no surprise its first official appearance in the U.S. was at a suitably ritzy soirée.

Superyachts.com, the preferred website of the luxury yachting set, hosted a party at a palatial $17 million Miami mansion for the British supercars the other night, where socialites and such fawned over the eye-popping autos.

Guests were also invited to step on-board Retro Blue, a $10 million Sanlorenzo yacht anchored off the waterfront property. A cool vintage-style mahogany speedboat from Sweden’s J-Craft was on hand to transport visitors there and back.

Tipsy heiresses, pedigreed supercars and a $10 million yacht strutting their stuff at a $17 million mansion

Champagne flowed the entire evening courtesy of Moët & Chandon, whilst Belvedere provided a steady supply of vodka imbibed by tightly-frocked beauties and their moneyed swains.

All in all it was quite a scene: tipsy heiresses, pedigreed supercars and a $10 million yacht strutting their stuff at a $17 million mansion.

We’ll take one of each, please.

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