The Moll Vell in Palma will be hosting the Palma International Boat Show once again between Thursday the 27th and Sunday the 30th of April. It’s the nautical sector’s showcase and launches the start of the boating season in the Mediterranean. Are you coming from outside the island and unsure where to stay? The Nivia Born Boutique Hotel is the ideal choice, with its superb location at less than 10 minute’s walk from the show, and with every comfort and convenience to ensure you enjoy your stay and visit to the boat show.
Although there are still a few days before the start of the Palma International Boat Show 2023, the organisers have already declared a “full house”. No one wants to miss this event, which is one of the biggest in Palma during the spring. Everyone who comes can admire the modern yachts and innovative nautical products and services provided by local and international companies.
New for this year is an increase in the number of international boatbuilders that are exhibiting at the show, making Palma International Boat Show the star of the world stage for the latest models of sailing craft.
Sailing boats are still one of the main attractions, and at the 2023 edition of the show you can see the greatest exhibition of large sailing yachts in Europe. Catamarans, sail, and motor-powered will also be playing a major role. This category at the Palma International Boat Show also includes the latest models of ‘tenders’ and ‘ribs’ of medium-large size and small-medium sized transportable zodiac-type boats.
Boat maintenance and repair will also have its place in the Palma Superyacht Village, where yachts over 24 metres in length from the international brokerage and charter industries will be on show.
Sustainability will also be a factor, with a predominance of sailboats (a more natural way to enjoy sailing), electric-powered models, and demonstrations of the use of solar energy on board.
Book your accommodation now with a discount to attend this internationally renowned boat show.