Boat Show Debut for 100 Sunreef Power
The Palma International Boat Show will host the public premiere of the 100 Sunreef Power, while British brands Sunseeker, Princess and Pearl show multiple models.
Sunreef Yachts, represented in Singapore by Hong Seh Marine will be among the most exciting exhibitors at this year’s Palma International Boat Show, which will be held from April 27-30 at the Moll Vell marina in the heart of Palma de Mallorca.
About 300 exhibitors and over 30,000 visitors are expected at the Spanish show, which marks the Mediterranean’s first major outdoor boat show of the year.
Sunreef will host the first international showcase of the 100 Sunreef Power, which is the Polish builder’s largest power catamaran to date and was delivered to her owner in January 2022 ahead of her appearance on the front cover of YACHT STYLE Issue 65, last year’s ‘multihull edition’.
The first 100 Power offers 5,400sqft of living space, equivalent to the social space found on a 130ft monohull motor yacht.
Sunseeker will display its new Superhawk 55, 75 Sport Yacht and customised 95 Yacht designed for Meros Yachtsharing, which all had their world premieres at Boot Dusseldorf in January. A 65 Sport Yacht will also be part of the four-model display from the Poole shipyard.
Sean Robertson, Sales and Marketing Director of Sunseeker International, said: “We’re incredibly excited to present a beautiful line-up of new yachts at this year’s Palma International Boat Show. From the exciting and unique Superhawk 55 to the multi-award winning 65 Sport Yacht, all-new 75 Sport Yacht and bespoke 95 Yacht designed for Meros Yachtsharing, there’s no shortage of innovation to see and experience.”
Richard Tilley, Sales Director of Sunseeker Spain, added: “Mallorca is a jewel of the Mediterranean and one of the best yachting destinations in Europe. As the inaugural show of the Mediterranean boating season, the Palma International Boat Show is a fantastic opportunity for us to present the very best the yachting industry has to offer.”
Princess is scheduled to show a Y85, F70, S62 and V55, representing four of the Plymouth series, while fellow British brand Pearl is showing its 62, 72 and flagship 95.
The show is also renowned for its selection of brokerage superyachts. Northrop & Johnson is showing the 133ft Naema, 115ft Shamanna, 107ft Kenora and 90ft Spirit of Venice sailing monohulls, as well as the 78ft My Cat sailing catamaran.
This article first appeared on Yacht Style.
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