27 May, 2021

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Categories: Eventos, Events

Balearic Yacht Show returns: the Mediterranean’s leading virtual yacht show

After the success of the first edition, half a year later Balearic Yacht Show returns. This initiative created by Balearic Marine Cluster, in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce of Mallorca, is a meeting point for professionals in the yachting industry worldwide.

From the 3rd to t

he 6th of June, conferences will be held to highlight the enormous potential of the Balearic Islands, a destination that is home to the world’s leading refit companies, yacht services companies and marinas, as well as dream spots you can enjoy at sea. Also, during these sessions, the latest news and trends in the nautical sector will be presented.

This virtual fair is the perfect opportunity to connect with companies and network. All those attending the event will be able to get to know all the exhibiting companies in depth thanks to the virtual stands, which offer the most complete information about each of them. In addition, they will be able to connect with representatives of these organisations or with other individuals and grow their network of contacts in the nautical industry on an international scale. In fact, attendance at this virtual event has no limits or restrictions, so anyone can attend from all over the world with only one requirement: an internet connection.

The Balearic Yacht Show joins forces with the physical Palma International Boat Show, creating an unprecedented hybrid event. During these four days there will be live broadcasts with interviews with companies, captains and crew and attending professionals, from the world’s fastest superyacht located at the show. In addition, there will be QR codes scattered around the venue with direct links to the online sessions.

The conferences and sessions that will take place during the fair will be led by experts in the nautical industry worldwide. Among them, the masters of ceremony and in charge of the opening ceremony of BYS include: Toni Salom, President of Balearic Marine Cluster, Antoni Mercant, President of the Chamber of Commerce, Francesc Antich, President of APB (Balearic Islands Port Authority), Juan Pedro Yllanes, Vice President and Councillor of the Government of the Balearic Islands, and Cristina Barahona, Manager of Ports IB.