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PIBS – New Title for Palma Boat Show

The Palma International Boat Show, integrating the Palma Superyacht Village, returns to the usual show dates at the start of the yachting season.

The next edition of the show will be held in the port of Moll Vell in Palma from April 28 to May 1, 2022.

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The Palma International Boat Show (PIBS), integrating the Palma Superyacht Village returns this year to the customary time slot at the start of the season, taking advantage of the Labour Day long weekend. The event will be held from April 28 to May 1, 2022  in the port of Moll Vell in Palma and will be organized jointly by the Government Institute for Business Innovation (IDI), and Balearic Yacht Brokers Association (BYBA).

As customary, the exhibitors of the previous edition have had the first option to book the same stand they occupied before. This pre-registration period finalized in November 2021, and the event organization is now dealing with the applications from new exhibitors and those previous exhibitors who didn´t exhibit in 2021, but who want to return this year.

Certain sections are already fully booked, but as some areas had to be excluded from the show in 2021, more space is available again, allowing a limited number of newcomers to join in 2022.

To promote this edition, two new interlinked websites have been launched; (www.palmainternationalboatshow.com and www.palmasuperyachtvillage.com). On the websites interested companies can apply for exhibition spaces, and people planning a visit can find all the necessary information.

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The Palma International Boat Show 2022 converts the Balearic Islands once again into the focal point of professional and recreational yachting in the Mediterranean, and hosts worldwide premières of new products of an industry considered strategic for the economy of the islands. In addition to the exhibition of new boats, equipment and nautical services, the fair integrates the Palma Superyacht Village, previously known as the Palma Superyacht Show, containing a large exhibition of superyachts over 24 meters in length for sale and charter, and an area for refit and repair of superyachts.

The last edition of the Palma International Boat Show had 227 exhibitors and 185 boats on display, spread over a show ground of more than 80,000 square meters.