[Portuguese, Portugal] If youâ€™re looking for the ultimate accommodation for the festivities of the International Boat Show in Palma, Mallorca, there is no better vantage point than aboard the floating haven of the Samaric luxury motor yacht.
Taking place between 28th April and 2nd May in the Port of Palma, the 33rd annual celebration of all things motor yacht has often been heralded as the most dynamic and competitive nautical tourism destination in Europe.
The luxury motor yacht Samaric, berthed in Club de Mar in Palma, just a 5-minute walk from where the International Boat Show takes place, represents a truly privileged setting from which to take in the celebrations.
Itâ€™s either possible to hire the boat as a static charter, creating your own private luxury hotel or use the berth as a base, whilst exploring the rest of the delights of Mallorca by sea.
The owner of Samaric, John Elliott concurs: â€œSamaric offers unparalleled flexibility to either stay at its mooring in the heart of Palma, or to explore this beautiful island by sea and weigh anchor off one its many private coves, only accessible by water.â€
He adds: â€œThe motor yacht has just undergone extensive refurbishment to the mechanics, meaning charters will have peace of mind that everything is in tip top condition, knowing the yacht is ready to hit the waves. There really is no better place to stay and make the most of the festivities of the International Boat Show by day, whilst appreciating the opulent nautical surroundings of your accommodation by night.â€
Up to 250 super yachts, all of which exceed 70 metres in length are exhibited within Palma marina during the International Boat Show – acknowledged to be the most thriving commercially active sailing marina in the whole of the Mediterranean.
The show offers the perfect combination of commercial demand for all of the types of companies in the marketplace with the opportunity to practice sailing and all types of water sports.
For more information or to book a charter, please contact John Elliott on 0044 (0)7767260287 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.