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The Superyacht Show 2021

May (Dates to be announced)

By Katia Damborsky

Now in its fourth year, the Superyacht Show will be making a return to Barcelona's Port Vell with another spectacular line-up of superyachts.

For four days in May, the Spanish city of Barcelona will be playing host to one of the most exciting new yacht shows in the industry.

Organised by LYBRA (the Large Yacht Brokers Association), the show is designed to cater to both industry professionals and serious clients, promising an optimum experience for buyers.

The 2021 fleet will be a mix of yachts for sale and private yacht charter, and as ever, there will be focus on larger and newer yachts.

Yacht tours will available throughout the show, and there is also expected to be a variety of networking events and exhibitors on hand to ensure attendees get the most from their show experience.

Client-facing approach

Moving away from traditional B2B aspects of traditional yacht shows, the Superyacht Show will be open to the public.

Enhanced by the elegant setting of OneOcean Port Vell, high-net-worth clients will be able to peruse the line-up of yachts for themselves, without having to rely on brokers to represent them.

With a bumper turnout expected to attend, the 2021 edition of the show is set to be another rousing success.

The Superyacht Show marks the beginning of the Mediterranean yacht charter season, and is a great point to begin a Spain yacht charter. The beautiful Balearic islands are just a stone’s throw from Barcelona, and offer up the perfect mix of quiet beaches in Mallorca and buzzing nightlife in Ibiza.

If you would like to know more about attending the Superyacht Show 2021, please reach out to your preferred yacht charter broker.

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