More than 65 yachts are lined up for the Palma Superyacht Show, which runs from April 28 to May 2. All the yachts are over 25 metres and presented for sale or charter.
The biggest yacht at the Palma Superyacht Show is the 49.5-metre Eleonora (above), built at Van der Graaf in 2000 and shown by Edmiston. She is on brokerage and asking €7 million. Also at the show and on Edmiston’s list are the 48.6-metre Feadship MQ 2 from 1990, and the 35.2-metre Firefly, a 2011 Claasen Yachtbouw.
Fraser is showing the distinctive Aurelia (above), a 37.3-metre Heesen from 2011, which boasts some outstanding outside spaces. She sleeps eight guests and is chartering this summer and winter in the Western Mediterranean from €120,000 per week. Also on Fraser’s list are the 2004 Perini Navi Victoria, a 43.4-metre that is for sale and charter, and the 48-metre 2013 Arzana Navi sailing yacht Nativa.
Ocean Independence’s eight-yacht line-up this year includes This is Us (above), a 41.8-metre Holland Jachtbouw, asking €6.95 million and chartering for €64,000-70,000 per week. Other sailing yachts include Aphrodite A, a 42.7-metre Vitters asking €7.6 million (offered on joint central agency with Northrop & Johnson), and the wonderful Tiziana, a 35.6-metre Abeking & Rasmussen, built in 1963 and benefiting from a 2015 refit. She charters for €55,000-70,000pw.
Burgess is showing the 46-metre Aquarius, a 1990 Perini Navi, which has just completed her 25-year ABS survey and is offered for sale asking $13.75 million. The company is also showing the 2005 40-metre Royal Huisman Antares for sale, and the 2013 41-metre ISA Yachts Aziza for charter.
Among the other yachts on show are: Mari Cha III (above), a 44.7-metre Sensation Yachts from 1993 and offered for sale by Bernard Gallay; the 38.1-metre Oyster Twilight, for sale and charter through Camper & Nicholsons International; Ludynosa G, a 37.5-metre sailing yacht from Fitzroy, offered for sale and charter by McMaster Yachts; Worth Avenue Yachts is showing the 36.6-metre Romanza, a Benetti from 2008 and available for sale; and Y.CO is showing the 33.6-metre Thalmia from Southern Wind Shipyard.
The 2016 Palma Superyacht Show is also welcoming back around 95% of the exhibitors from last year. Among the superyacht service providers exhibiting are The Consortium, three companies with complementary specialisations in communications, navigation, data networks and entertainment technology, and the Vistra Group, which offers trust, fiduciary and fund administration services.