Deutsche Yachten will be exhibiting at the Palma Superyacht Village from April 25 to 28.

As the first inwater trade fair in Europe, the Palma International Boat Show and the Palma Superyacht Village mark the – unofficial – start of the season in the Mediterranean every year. From April 25 to 28, 300 exhibitors and over 30,000 visitors are once again expected to attend the two trade fairs, which take place on a joint site. In the Moll Vell, just below Palma de Mallorca’s cathedral, many large sailing yachts are traditionally moored, which are offered for sale or charter by brokerage houses. This year’s largest exhibits include the 52.43-meter-long “Dona Francisca”, the 40.30-meter-long “Kokotea” and the 37.50-meter-long “Escapade”. At the time of going to press, “Perle Bleue” (38 m), “C2” (33.32 m) and “Emerald of the Seas” (37.50 m) were the largest motor yachts of their kind.

Ocean Independence will be mooring five yachts from the Deutsche Yachten working group and judel/vrolijk Brokerage and Drettmann Yachts one each. As usual, the Deutsche Yachten stand will be located at the Muelle de los Pescadores, right next to the floating bridge at position SY38/39. The stand will serve as a contact point for all Deutsche Yachten members and as a source of information for all international visitors who want to find out more about yacht building “Made in Germany”. Following the successful premiere last year, a get-together at the stand has been scheduled again, this year for the Friday of the trade fair.

Claus-Ehlert Meyer, Managing Director of Deutsche Yachten, says: “The Palma Superyacht Village is a wonderful start to the yachting season. Our members can easily get in touch with their B2B customers here, and owners or those who would like to become owners are also represented in large numbers. The clientele is really good.