With an exciting lineup of superyacht shows set to be held in summer, there’s a sense of anticipation within the industry. Revered as the perfect celebration of yacht lovers, nautical experts and networking opportunities, not to mention the incredible Mediterranean location, Palma International Boat Show should be on your to-do list this upcoming season. Running from the 3rd of June to 6th of June, doors open at 10am and close at 8pm for the show’s three day duration.
With 75 international exhibitors as well as over 800 crew and captains from the industry attending, the show is sure to be rewarding. Plus, there are 80 yachts on sale, all over 24 metres in length so if you’re looking to enter the market, then this is the perfect place to do so.
Held at Moll Vell in Palma de Mallorca, the show is located in the centre of the island and a mere 15 minute taxi trip from the internationally-connected airport. Plus, if you’re looking for a more scenic route, you can also take the ferry from ports within Spain such as Barcelona to make the trip that little bit more memorable.
With an average attendance of 38,000 people and a show size of 65,000 m2, there’s a wealth of activities on offer. Showcasing the industry’s finest, and loved for its laid back atmosphere which provides the ideal setting to meet like-minded professionals, owners and fans, it’s no wonder Palma International Boat Show is as popular as it is.
As the show explains, “Whether you’re an experienced owner keen to explore exciting additions to the brokerage/charter market or are new to the illustrious world of yachting, the Palma Superyacht Show features some of the finest superyachts currently for sale and/or charter.”
What’s more, “The show’s sweeping array of shore-side exhibitors, showcasing anything from the latest advancements in sail design to cutting-edge marine electronics, is another huge attraction.”
Indeed, this is the ideal time to discover yachting, feed your pre-existing love of the nautical world or to simply experience something unique! So get out your diaries and save the date.
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