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Genoa International Show presents Super Made

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Genoa International Boat Show presents Super Made in Italy, an exclusive area dedicated to superyachts for this year’s show, scheduled October 1-6.


The aim of Super Made in Italy is to include Italian yachts measuring more than 24 metres in length. According to the International Global Order Book, Italy maintains its record in terms of the construction of mega yachts, with 40 percent of worldwide orders and 274 projects under construction, compared to 71 in Great Britain, 70 in Turkey, 65 in Holland and 63 in the USA.

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