Palma Superyacht Village with Deutsche Yachten stand from April 27 to 30.

As the first inwater exhibition in Europe, the Palma International Boat Show and the Palma Superyacht Village mark the – albeit unofficial – start of the season on the Mediterranean every year. From April 27 to 30, it’s that time again; 300 exhibitors and over 30,000 visitors are expected. In the Moll Vell, just below Palma de Mallorca’s cathedral, almost 50 yachts over 20 meters in length will be moored; at the time of going to press, the 55-meter-long “Elena of London” was reported as the largest exhibit. From the Deutsche Yachten working group, Ocean Independence is mooring four yachts, judel/vrolijk Brokerage and Drettmann Yachts one each. As usual, the Deutsche Yachten booth will be located at the Muelle de los Pescadores, right next to the floating bridge at position SY38/39. On the one hand, the booth will act as a contact point for all Deutsche Yachten members and, on the other hand, as a source of information for all international visitors who want to learn more about yacht building “made in Germany”.

Claus-Ehlert Meyer, Managing Director of Deutsche Yachten, says: “The Palma Superyacht Village is a wonderful start to the yachting season. Our members easily come into contact 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.”