The seventh annual Palma Superyacht Show will take place from 27 April to 1 May, 2019 at Moll Vell – Puerto de Palma. First started when a group of local brokers decided to get together to promote their yachts listings, the event has become solidly established on the international boat show calendar.



Palma, once voted “the best place to live in the world” according to The Sunday Times, is considered a top quality destination to visit. Offering first class boutique hotels, it also boasts a thriving old town, hosting some of the best restaurants in Europe. In addition to a wide range of cultural, gastronomic and sporting activities all within a short distance, Palma is also considered one of the centres of the Mediterranean yachting and has a thriving yachting industry.

This year’s Palma Superyacht Show is expected to have around 80 yachts on display. Aside from sleek sailing yachts in the 24-30-metre range, a selection of large motor yachts will be exposed to visitors’ attention. The 50-metre-plus yachts can easily accommodate 12-14 guests, boasting oversized Jacuzzis, Hamman and helipads and boast a wide cruising range.



The recovery of the financial market has contributed to the growth in the number of yachts at the show and increased number of exhibitors. The show has also benefitted from the support of the Balearic government and the collaboration between the public and the private sectors.

The 2019 edition will feature a new dedicated tender section. Following last year's success, an extended show area and a 72m floating bridge connecting STP shipyard to Palma's iconic fisherman's dock will reappear, along with popular FunFair tomfoolery with costumed performances and mime-acts.



Refit & Repair, a distinguished sector, will also benefit from an improved lay-out this year. A relocated bar/restaurant area will face the Refit & Repair area, so that stands will be easy to spot and the new set-up will make for a better viewing experience overall. Furthermore, Refit & Repair, now going into its third year, will feature 10% more stands in comparison to last year: a total of 28 companies will be present launching ‘break-the-mould’ products and speaking on tried-and-tested services.

The Palma Superyacht Show runs concurrently with the well established Boat Show Palma. The show is organised by the Balearic Yacht Brokers Association, a group of 6 international brokers, and is backed by the MYBA.



Some of the largest brokerage yachts to be found on display at the 2019 edition of the show:

#1. M/Y Iman
Length: 59.3 m
Builder: Benetti
Year: 2008

Extensive refit in 2015.
Listed for sale asking € 26,000,000 with Arcon Yachts.





#2. S/Y Hyperion 
Length: 47.4 m
Buider: Royal Huisman
Year: 1998

Completed full refit in 2015.
Listed for sale asking € 12,950,000 with Edmiston.





#3. M/Y Dragon
Length: 41.1 m
Builder: Palmer Johnson
Year: 2007

Refitted in 2016.
Listed for sale asking $ 11,500,000 with Camper & Nicholsons.





#4. S/Y Asolare
Length: 47.2 m
Builder: Hodgon
Year: 2004

Refitted in 2014-2015.
Availble for charter from € 82,000 p/w via Ocean Independence.





#5. M/Y Inception 
Length: 50 m
Builder: Heesen
Year: 2008. 

Refitted in 2015.
Asking price: $ 29,500,000. Available for charter from € 225,000 p/w.





#6. S/Y Prana
Length: 51.7 m
Builder: Alloy Yachts
Year: 2006

Refitted in 2012.
Listed for sale asking $ 23,000,000 via Thompson Westwood & White Yachts.





#7. M/Y Andrea
Length: 38.4 m
Builder: Delta Marine
Year: 2003

Asking € 9,750,000 via Ocean Independence.


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