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The Superyacht Show 2019 continues in fine form

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By Katia Damborsky  9 May 2019

Barcelona's OneOcean Port Vell is buzzing with activity, as day two of the 2019 Superyacht Show welcomes more yacht tours and networking opportunities for attendees.

Lined up against the backdrop of signature Spanish architecture, a superb fleet of superyachts are being showcased at the second edition of the Superyacht Show.

After inaugural success last year, the show has enjoyed a bumper turnout for 2019, and attendees have been hitting the boardwalks since the event opened its doors yesterday.

Marking the start of the Mediterranean season, the show is organised by LYBRA (Large Brokers Association) and includes a sparkling social programme and a number of prestigious exhibitors alongside the on-the-water-action.

Forgoing a traditional B2B format, the event is a must-visit for serious buyers and charters looking to get up close to some of the finest members of the international charter fleet.

The client-centric, consumer-facing show is the ideal setting for high-net-worth clients and is further complemented by the glitzy marina and show's proximity to the charter hotspots of Ibiza and Mallorca.

This year, it is the Perini-Navi built 88m/289ft superyacht Maltese Falcon which is stealing the show, catching plenty of attention with her iconic DynaRig masts.

Berthed directly opposite is fellow Perini Navi charter yacht SEAHAWK, a sailing yacht measuring 59m, or 192ft.

Other megayachts turning heads include the 72m/236ft SOLO, a recent launch from Tankoa that is available for those looking for a private yacht charter in the lap of luxury.

She is berthed along the Moll des Pescadors, with Abeking & Rasmussen’s 78m/257ft motor yacht EMINENCE sat just a few berths’ down.

To learn more about any of the yachts attending the show, please get in touch with your preferred yacht charter broker.

 
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