Riviera Radio live at the Antibes Yacht Show

Riviera Radio, the English-language station on the Riviera, will be attending the seventh Antibes Yacht Show next week. The station, first-choice for English-speaking captains, crew and Riviera residents, will be broadcasting their Drive Time program live from the show, between 4pm and 6pm on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 April.

The Antibes Yacht Show, taking place in Port Vauban, is traditionally the first major yachting event of the Mediterranean season.

Rivera Radio journalist, Paul McNally, will bring Riviera Radio listeners all the atmosphere of the show, with exclusive live broadcasts throughout this unmissable yachting event. There’ll be interviews with the movers and shakers of the industry, who’ll share their knowledge and expertise in the local and international yachting market places.

Riviera Radio is a long-time media partner of Yachting Pages and the Superyacht Owners’ Guide, and will be interviewing Steve Crowe – MD of Yachting Pages – on Thursday 18th April at 4.30pm live from the show.

Steve said, “Riviera Radio is the mouthpiece for France’s Mediterranean coast. Captains, crew, locals, visitors and anyone moving in superyacht circles tune in regularly for its news, shows, topical interviews and information for the region’s English-speaking and maritime communities.

“I’m looking forward to catching up with the Riviera Radio team, and plan to talk about the exciting developments my company is going through at present. Without giving too much away, I’ll be introducing our up-coming shipyard reference book, Yachting Pages Refit, and talking about the imminent upgrades to Yachtingpages.com.

“We’re also thrilled to welcome superyacht captain and respected industry journalist Michael Howorth back on board to steer the editorial board of the Superyacht Owners’ Guide 2013 - 2014, and can barely keep on top of interest in our high-calibre hand-delivery service to superyachts on the French and Italian coasts – Yachting Pages Delivers.”

Tune in to Riviera Radio on 106.5 now and throughout the Antibes Yacht Show to get up-to-the-minute updates on what’s happening when and where, both during this superyacht spectacular and throughout the year. 

Riviera Radio has been the exclusive radio partner of the Antibes Yacht Show since its very first show. To download its free App, go to the iTunes store now.


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