Thank you

Thank you very much Many thanks to all the companies that participated in the latest edition of the Palma International Boat Show 2022, a year in which we have finally been able to enjoy the PIBS in all its splendour once again.

Our thanks also to the thousands of visitors who have contributed to making the show a success and who have once again inaugurated the nautical season in the Mediterranean.

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Latest edition PIBS 22

The Palma International Boat Show 2022 brought together 276 participating companies, 21% more than the previous year, along with 264 boats on display at sea. More than 32,000 people visited the show, twice as many as in 2021.





The Superyacht Village, formerly called the Palma Superyacht Show, features some of the finest 24m+ superyachts currently on the international brokerage and charter market. Another huge attraction is the Village’s wide array of shore-side exhibitors, showcasing anything from the latest advancements in sail design to next-level marine electronics. The Superyacht Village also includes a dedicated Refit & Repair area that targets the yachting industry’s experts and professionals.

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