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Balearic Yacht Show, the first virtual boat show in the Balearic Islands

The first virtual boat show in the Balearic Islands, will be held from November 18 to 20.

The Chamber of Commerce of Mallorca and the Balearic Marine Cluster launched this online project, which has the support of the main associations of the nautical sector of the Balearic Islands.

It is a unique opportunity to digitize nautical companies and to reach a wider audience. It will be a totally online nautical fair and will feature exhibitors from companies, boats, conferences, events, digital meetings and 360º tours. A new way to reactivate the sector and continue promoting the services of nautical companies and the Balearic Islands.

The new digital show Balearic Yacht Show was born out of the current situation due to the impossibility of holding large events, to bring together the main players in the industry and guarantee the celebration of a 100% safe nautical fair. Wanting to position the Balearic Islands as the international epicenter of the nautical sector and turn the Balearic Yacht Show into the largest professional nautical fair in the Mediterranean on the Internet.

From the same online platform, the Balearic Yacht Show has created a complete program of digital meetings, conferences, presentations, virtual visits and networking activities.

It is the opportunity for all nautical companies to make themselves known worldwide.
In an online format, costs are reduced, as are travel, which allows companies in the nautical sector to have a stand and a fully customized agenda.
Balearic Yacht Show offers exhibitors the option to customize their space. All thanks to 360º tours, 3D plans

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