Marina Port Vell Supports Superyacht Industry

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Thursday, April 11, 2013

Marina Port Vell (MPV), Barcelona—set to become one of the world’s most elite superyacht destinations and, with phased marina completions throughout 2013, the pre-eminent home port in the Mediterranean—will lend its support to the Captain’s Lounge at the Antibes Yacht Show and the Crew Show in Palma.


 
As a sponsor of the Antibes Yacht Show Captain’s Lounge, Marina Port Vell will provide support for a relaxed networking atmosphere. The Captain’s Lounge, located in the Bastion St. James, is open from 09.00-18.00 daily.


 
The Crew Show is slated for April 26, 2013 in Palma. The show begins at 13.00 with an Exhibitors Lunch. From 16.00-20.00 exhibitor stands are open; various demonstrations and competitions will be held and complimented by a raffle and the famous “Hog Roast.” Raffle proceeds benefit the Ondine Association Stingray Program (www.asociacionondine.org). A fashion show from Deckers rounds out the events.


 
“As many in the superyacht industry and our clients are aware, Marina Port Vell is in the very exciting construction process of our transformation,” says Anella Alcott, Commercial Director. “We believe it’s critical to continue to support our stakeholders with various sponsorships as they have supported us during the past several years of planning and designing. We believe supporting both the Captain’s Lounge at Antibes Yacht Show and the Crew Show in Palma does exactly this.”

 

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