Palma Superyacht Show

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Perfectly timed at the beginning of the season, this year’s show has extended berthing in Palma’s Old Port area. The likelihood is that up to 65 participating yachts of minimum length 24m will be on show – an increase of 50% up on last year, all offered for sale and/or charter.
Anticipating the improvements, Northrop & Johnson Spain Broker/Director Simon J Turner said “We were pleased with the atmosphere at last year’s Show and unlike other shows, Palma Superyacht is unique by way of an approximate 50:50 motor to sail ratio. Likewise, charter has a stronger influence here.”
To ensure the highest standard of participating yachts and management companies, Palma Superyacht Show is open, principally, to MYBA member & YACHTFOLIO subscribing companies, whose main business is with yachts above 24 metres. Non-members are equally welcome to apply, although acceptance will be subject to approval by the organizers.
Palma Superyacht Show is the only public admission Brokerage & Charter Show organized by the industry itself.

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