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SuperYacht Radio, a global digital radio station for the yachting community, reports more than 30,000 listeners in its first month of broadcasting from Palma.

The station format is contemporary, with a mixture of rhythm and blues, soul and classical rock. Its aim is to have a majority of music, mixed with chat, industry news, jobs, interviews and other content relative to the superyacht community, according to founders Dave and Maeve Dempsey.

“It has been a roller-coaster ride all the way, but we have met some great people and our early success has been boosted because of our association with the popular YachtNeeds superyacht app,” Dave Dempsey said in a news release.

To listen, go to www.superyachtradio.com or download the app in either Android Play Store or Apple App Store. Or listen via the YachtNeeds app, iTunes, Tune In, Apple TV and other streaming services.

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