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Barcelona marina to host Superyacht Show for three more years

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The Superyacht Show will return to OneOcean Port Vell in Barcelona for the next three years, according to the show’s organizer, the Large Yacht Brokers Association (LYBRA). The association comprises nine superyacht brokerage companies: Burgess, Edmiston, Fraser, IYC, Merlewood & Associates, Northrop & Johnson, Ocean Independence, Yachtzoo and Y.Co.

“The first edition of The Superyacht Show exceeded all our expectations,” stated Raphael Sauleau, president of LYBRA.

In 2019, the four-day show will take place in the second week of May. Organizers expect to expand the number of brands and sponsors in 2019, as well as incorporate several major shipyards, according to a statement from the association.

OneOcean Port Vell marina has also hosted the MYBA Charter Show and the International Barcelona Boat Show.

“Hosting The Superyacht Show for the next three years is an exciting announcement for OneOcean Port Vell, and one that will enable us to showcase the marina’s outstanding beauty and extensive facilities catering to superyachts, whilst also cementing Barcelona’s status as a key yachting destination in the Mediterranean,” stated Ignacio Erroz, general manager of  OneOcean Port Vell.

For more information, visit thesuperyachtshow.com or oneoceanportvell.com.

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