The return of the Mediterranean Yacht Show in 2023, a new themed exhibition from Monaco Yacht Show and a new winner of The Superyacht Cup - Interparus tells the latest news from the world of yachting!
The Mediterranean Yacht Show will return in 2023
The Mediterranean Yacht Show has announced its return to Nafplio in 2023. The yacht show will take place from 29 April to 3 May 2023. The world's largest charter show will give guests an insight into the world of Mediterranean yachting, as well as a host of new and familiar yachts.
The eighth Mediterranean Yacht Show of Dreams will take place immediately after the MYBA Charter Show, which takes place from 27 to 30 April 2023 at Marina Port Vell in Barcelona. The dates for both shows have been chosen to facilitate travel arrangements and provide international brokers with the opportunity to experience the diverse and wide range of yachts on display at both events.
Organized by the Hellenic Yachting Association with the decisive support of the Municipality of Nafplion, the Mediterranean Yacht Show has proven time and time again to be one of the most influential and important events in the yachting calendar.
Monaco Yacht Show launches new themed exhibition
Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) has opened a new themed exhibition called Adventure Area dedicated to adventure, exploration and all kinds of recreation on board a yacht.
From September 28 to October 1, 2022, the MYS Adventure Area will feature a wide variety of tenders, luxury and off-road vehicles, water toys, high-tech gadgets, helicopters and customized programs to explore the most remote corners of the planet.
The exhibition will be held at two venues in Port Hercule in Monaco. This expanded exhibition for all kinds of adventure and leisure reflects Monaco Yacht Show's continued commitment to providing visitors with the very best yachting experience. Monaco Yacht Show also announced three new themed exhibitions for 2022 - Center for Sustainability, Center for Yacht Design and Innovation and Adventure Zone.
The Monaco Yacht Show, opened in 1991, takes place over four days at the end of September. In recent years, the show has expanded its show offerings into ultra-high-end markets, showcasing cutting-edge technology in yachting, luxury goods, automobiles and motorcycles, as well as helicopters and private jets.
Ganesha wins the main trophy at The Superyacht Cup
The 46m sailing yacht Vitters Ganesha won The Superyacht Cup Palma. But only with “the smallest possible margin,” according to the organizers.
At the end of the four-day regatta, Ganesha and the 43.6m J-class Svea were level on points, but it was Ganesha who emerged victorious in the overall standings by winning the final race.
Speaking of the win, Dr. Peter-Alexander Wacker, owner of Ganesha, said: “This is a great moment as we didn't expect it at all. However, we worked hard to win, and I'm glad that today we became winners. This is not my first time here - I just bought a house in Palma, so I will definitely be a regular participant in the Superyacht Cup Palma."
“It was very, very close,” said Ganesha skipper Alex Pumment. “Yesterday we took second place with a one second lead, but today the elemental gods were with us and we were able to achieve the result. It was not easy, but we were able to draw the right conclusions.”
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