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Next month sees the fourth annual Palma Superyacht Show, taking place from 28th April until 2nd May.
Excitement is building as the show is now fully booked with over 60 yachts due to exhibit. Popularity for the show has increased year on year over the last three years. Known as the “pearl of the Mediterranean”, Palma has long been a popular destination for tourists, as well as a global hub for the yachting industry.
According to 2015 figures on the Palma Superyacht Show website, last year's show saw over 36,000 visitors attending, and over 56 luxury vessels exhibited for sale or charter. The show also prides itself on its large display of sailing yachts, which accounted for over 50% of vessels exhibited in 2015. This year’s exhibit is set to include even more, with 60 per cent sailing yachts and 40 per cent motoryachts.
Jane Thompson, co-ordinator of the Palma Superyacht Show commented, “The success of the Palma Superyacht Show as a now well-established key brokerage and charter show in the yachting calendar can be seen in the line-up of yachts and companies joining us in April.
“The aim for us now as organisers is to build on the momentum of previous years and look to attracting more quality and discerning clients to the show. Palma is a professional but relaxed show that makes everyone feel welcome. We want to make a visit to the Palma Superyacht Show an enjoyable experience for all serious buyers, potential charterers and all visitors.”
The Yachting Pages team will be at the show in April; if you’d like to arrange an appointment, simply get in touch.
For more information, visit Palma Superyacht Show.
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