Showtime at YYachts

YYachts exhibits at the Palma International Boat Show

Sailing boat

08/04/2022 - 17:35

The Palma International Boat Show marks, albeit unofficially, the start of the season in the Mediterranean: scheduled from April 28 to May 1, this year's show will once again attract over 200 exhibitors and, of course, thousands of visitors. In the Moll Vell marina, just below Palma's cathedral, YYachts will also be docking a yacht. This year it will be a 22-meter-long Y7, commissioned from YYachts by one of the world's most renowned designers, which has some very special features. Among other things, she shows a modern maritime interior and a layout designed for long family cruises.

Dirk Zademack, Managing Partner at YYachts, says, "The show in Palma is a homecoming for us as we have a service branch and our design and development office here. There is always a lot of interest in YYachts at the show."

Less than three weeks after the Palma Show, YYachts will then exhibit for the first time at a trade fair on the Baltic coast. A Y7 will also be at the Hamburg ancora Yachtfestival, an inwater show in Neustadt-Holstein with around 160 exhibits, from May 20 to 22, making it the largest sailing yacht at the festival. She can be compared to the first Y7 "Bella"; her interior was developed by Copenhagen-based studio Norm Architects in cooperation with YYachts' design team. Dirk Zademack: "By participating in the Hamburg ancora yacht festival, we can present a freshly delivered model on our doorstep to our Scandinavian and, of course, North German prospective customers."

 

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