25 – 28 April 2024
23 September 2020

Full Steam Ahead For 2021 Palma Superyacht Show

So far, this year’s boat show calendar has been more about the pandemic’s devilish plot twists and event cancellations than it’s been about exchanging business cards and scoping out the latest additions to the brokerage market. However, as uncertain as the events landscape may still be, there are a couple of hard promises that we can make to you, our valued visitors and exhibitors on the Balearics and around the world.

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From having meetings and managing reservations to talking to industry moguls and taking a long hard look at new ways to support our exhibitors, we, the Palma Superyacht Show’s team members, have hardly been resting on our laurels. What’s more, we’re not only working tirelessly towards the show’s next edition but are also committed to hosting a show which will be stronger, and more unifying, than ever.

Another thing we can assure you is that we have our ear to the ground. The show has become what it is today as a result of our exhibitors, both past and present, and we reciprocate exhibitors’ loyalty by following and spotlighting their news on our various platforms. Astilleros de Mallorca’s extensive refit, Ocean Independence’s yacht sales and Versilia Supply Service’s new office opening – you name it, we’ve written about it.

On the subject of our wide-ranging exhibitors, from yacht insurance specialists to companies at the forefront of sail design, 40+ of yachting’s finest companies have already signed up to take part in our 2021 edition. Generali Nautico and North Sails are two examples of such industry leaders, as are the IPM Group and Baltic Yachts.

Our bumper edition will take place from the 30th of April until the 3rd of May*, 2021 and will serve as a unique celebration of the show’s growth and place in the local and global yachting community. What’s more, charter brokers will be pleased to know that they won’t have to juggle two sets of dates next year as there will be no calendar clash with the MYBA Charter Show.

Companies keen to exhibit at the show and benefit from the exposure on our various platforms, not to mention networking opportunities during the event, are invited to get in touch with us via

Photography: Sofia Winghamre

* Palma International Boat Show organisers have decided to reduce next year's event by one day in order to enhance its effectiveness.



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