2017 Palma SuperYacht Show


An Unrivalled Sensorial Experience

Spanish cruising grounds boast stunning beaches, turquoise waters and secret anchorages, not to mention a magical underwater world. Combine sun-drenched days, transparent warm seas and unforgettable views with the comfort and flexibility of cruising on a luxury yacht and the possibilities are endless.

All this and much more, regional and international visitors will be able to experience at Palma Superyacht Show, from 28th of April to 2dn of May 2017.

As temperatures in sunny Palma de Mallorca start to rise, anticipation is also starting to brew for the 5th edition of Palma Superyacht Show.

Since its debut in 2013, it has not only become a not-to-be missed event on the yachting calendar but also a show with its own unique identity.

Visitors will be treated to an irresistibly varied line-up of more than 70 of the world’s most stunning superyachts. From 60m mega motor yachts to light-weight performance cruisers: all yachts will be immediately available for charter and/or sale – just in time for the Mediterranean summer season.

One of the iconic superyachts that is sure to draw a crowd is the 34.14m SELJM. No stranger on the classic yacht regatta circuit, she claimed the prestigious Concours d’Elegance award at the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, and numerous other podium finishes at the world’s most renowned events. Additionally, SELJM has circumnavigated the globe no less than three times.

The 59m mega yacht MAYBE, built by MetalSHIPS & Docks, boasts being the largest yacht to have ever been built and designed in Spain. This magnificent motor yacht was launched only last year and apart from her sleek lines and 5000 nautical mile range, has numerous other aces up her sleeve, like a gym, spa, jacuzzi, sauna, lift, helicopter landing pad and movie theatre.

This year a remarkable new development is the increase of charter Yachts starring in this the 5th edition of the Palma Superyacht Show.

One of the charter yachts on show this year, which is sure to steal the spot light, is the 42.98m sleek sailing yacht THIS IS US. She’s, easily, one of the most elegant performance sailing yachts currently on the charter market. Aside from being ideal for racing (she won the 2012 edition of the St Barth’s Bucket regatta) this eye-catcher has also been optimized for family cruises. Additionally, THIS IS US has a lifting keel enabling access to those shallow, empty, unspoiled Bays the Balearics hide.

A different kind of dream boat is the 33.39m motor yacht HELIAD II. The remarkably stylish steel-hulled displacement vessel boasts huge volume and onboard comforts, which are second to none. Guests will love her alfresco dining areas, which are perfect for long lunches on languid summer days. For adrenalin-fueled fun she has a myriad of water toys available, including kayaks, paddle boards, a stand up jet-ski and much more.

For the fourth year running, the team at Blue Café & Gastrobar will be serving acclaimed dishes by Michelin-starred chef Marc Fosh. As one of Britain’s most successful culinary exports, Fosh is famous for his unique culinary style, centered on clean tastes and intense flavors. Another returning favorite from last year’s show is the luxurious Nyetimber Lounge, sponsored by the award-winning Nyetimber – also heralding from Britain. A perfectly chilled glass of Nyetimber sparkling wine will complement the gastronomic delights delivered by Fosh and his illustrious team. Combine that with the world’s finest superyachts, and the sensory experience at Palma Superyacht Show is simply unsurpassed…

The Palma Superyacht Show, fulfils a pivotal role in the Mediterranean yachting scene, having proven itself to be one of the key factors driving the yachting boom in the Balearics.

The Palma Superyacht Show 2017 will run concurrently  with The Boat Show Palma and will mark the beginning of the Mediterranean yachting season.


The Palma Superyacht Show is an experience not to be missed!


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