The Palma International Boat Show 2022 is scheduled to take place between 28 April-1 May in Marina Moll Vell, Mallorca.
Join Burgess at the Palma International Boat Show, held annually in Mallorca, which kicks off the Mediterranean season.
Inaugurated in 2012, the Palma show is regarded as the Mediterranean season opener attracting over 80 superyachts, it is also known as the show for luxury sailing yachts. There is also a dedicated section designed to showcase Mallorca’s capabilities in the maintenance sector.
Mallorca has already become one of the premier hotspots in Europe for charter and sailing: and in the field of refit and maintenance, it remains one of the leading destinations.
You can find the Burgess stand at SY25 in the Palma Superyacht Village where our team will be on hand throughout the show, to discuss any of your superyacht requirements. We will also have the following yachts on display and available for inspection:
At the Show
LA LUNA is a 53.2m (174.5ft) ketch-rigged sailing yacht with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure constructed to ABS classification and MCA compliance. Delivered in 1997 by Perini Navi with in-house interior and exterior design, she was most recently refitted in 2017 and presents in fine condition. Particularly special features include the unique circular 'big-top' circus lounge on the main deck with 270-degree views, lounge, dining for 10 guests and sit-up bar, this remarkably atmospheric space has access through the wheelhouse or from the sidedecks.
As well as extensive guest deck spaces on the flybridge, foredeck and main deck aft, the yacht also has a beach club with dayhead and sea terrace, a swim platform with shower aft added during the latest refit. She also has a midships boarding ladder for all-weather use and stowage for two 7m (23ft) Novamarine tenders beneath foredeck hatches. She welcomes up to 12 guests in five suites. The large, full-beam owner's suite aft has a bedroom port aft, lounge port forward, en suite with bath and shower room to starboard forward of a walk-in wardrobe.
Asking price: EUR 15,995,000
Charter rate: from EUR 175,000 per week
IMAGINE - for sale
IMAGINE is a 44.2m (145ft) performance cruising yacht with an aluminium hull and superstructure constructed to Lloyd's classification by New Zealand's Alloy Yachts and delivered in 2010. Her exteriors and engineering are by Dubois Naval Architects, her interiors are by Misa Poggi and she was most recently refitted in 2020. The uncompromising approach to design and build also apply to fit-out: from her Southern Spars carbon mast and ECsix carbon rigging to her North Sails and Reckmann furlers, she has the best of everything. She has been designed to keep the guest deck areas line-free and family friendly.
There is a guest cockpit forward of the twin helm stations for open-air dining and the central section of the transom folds down to create a bathing platform with steps leading down to the water. She also has a dive compressor and six sets of dive gear. The 6.3m (20.7ft) tender stows in the jacuzzi just forward of the mast when under sail and a crow's nest that runs up the forward side of the 61.9m (203ft) mast to deliver incredible views. From the deck saloon, steps lead aft to three of her four guest cabins, a full-beam owner's suite, double suite and a twin suite and a there is a fourth bunk cabin forward of the lower deck saloon.
Asking price: EUR 19,450,000 (EU VAT paid)
NORFOLK STAR - for sale and charter
NORFOLK STAR is a 37m (121.4ft) Perini Navi sailing yacht in superb condition following a multi-million euro refit in 2020, as well as her five-year Lloyd's survey. This included a new main engine, two new generators, PLC system, Inmarsat VSAT dome, 505 Williams tender, Doyle sails and Reckmann rigging. The interior and exterior furnishings have been recovered, all surfaces and marble has been professionally cleaned and coated. The teak decks have also been professionally sanded. No expense has been spared to bring this yacht to market in pristine order for a new owner.
On deck, the main cockpit is split into two areas, one with seating around a circular table, another for open-air dining for up to eight guests. Aft of the cockpit is a large sunpad. Down below, NORFOLK STAR's bright deck saloon has panoramic views and steps forward lead to the main saloon with lounge and formal dining area. Family-friendly accommodation for six guests includes a full-beam owner's suite aft and two twin cabins. There is no compromise in comfort, as each cabin comes with an en suite shower room. There is also the option of an additional pullman berth for an extra guest.
Asking price: EUR 6,950,000
Charter rate: from EUR 60,000 per week
SPIIP - for sale
This 34.1m (112ft) performance sloop was delivered in 2000 by Royal Huisman with hull and exterior design by Germán Frers and interiors by Winch Design in collaboration with Oliver Sterling. Her hull and systems are commercial craft ABS-classified. Delivered as UNFURLED, SPIIP won the Best Sailing Yacht in the 23-36m category at the International Superyacht Society Awards 2001. Since then, SPIIP has also enjoyed great success on the superyacht sailing circuit, winning both the Antigua Superyacht Challenge and the St Barth’s Bucket in 2017. She welcomes six guests in one master suite and two convertible cabins.
She has been meticulously maintained and her EUR 1,200,000 refit in 2021 included a five-year rig service, updates to her navigational systems and the addition of a furling staysail. In 2018 Rondal serviced her four captive winches, all lighting was upgraded to LED and her side-boarding ladder and passerelle, both hydraulic, were also serviced. Her 2017 works saw new teak decks and an engine and generator rebuild. She received a full repaint of hull, superstructure, mast and boom in 2016, during which her Marten Spars carbon mast, Southern Spars in-mast furling boom and ECsix carbon rigging were all serviced.
Asking price: EUR 5,300,000
BELLE ISLE - for sale
The 27.2m (89.2ft) BELLE ISLE is an explorer yacht from the Columbus 90 series with exterior design and engineering by Dutch naval architects Vripack and interiors by UK studio Addison Nelson Design. Her steel hull and aluminium superstructure were constructed to Lloyd's classification and MCA compliance by Kingship Marine in 2010. She has an interior volume of 175GT allowing for spacious and comfortable accommodation for eight guests in four cabins including a split-level owner's suite forward on the main deck and a full-beam VIP suite on the lower deck. With a maximum range of 4,000nm and Quantum zero speed stabilisers for comfort on arrival, she is well suited to long-range cruising.
A split-level sun deck has a lounge and flybridge forward and steps lead down to a jacuzzi and plenty of versatile deck space. The tender is stowed aft and launched with a deck crane. Large picture windows let plenty of light into the main saloon, which has a formal dining area forward and a dayhead off the lobby. Large glass doors lead to the main deck aft where there is open-air dining with U-shaped seating. Walkaround sidedecks enable guests to enjoy views in every direction. Twin 479hp Caterpillar diesel engines give her a top speed of 12 knots and she has transatlantic range at her passage speed of eight knots.
Asking price: EUR 3,350,000
Near the Show
The flybridge ketch MONDANGO 3 has an aluminium hull and superstructure constructed to Lloyd's classification and MCA compliance. Exterior design is by Dubois Naval Architects, interiors by Reymond Langton Design, and she was delivered by New Zealand shipyard Alloy Yachts in 2014. She won the International Superyacht Society Award 2014 in the Best Sail 40m+ category. She has an internal volume of 499GT and her centreboard lifts to reduce her draft from 11m (36.1ft) to just 4m (13.1ft).
She has a jacuzzi on the aft deck, a fold-down swim platform aft and a shell-door boarding platform midships to starboard. Beneath hatches in the foredeck are two tenders, a 7m (23ft) custom Smuggler tender and a 5.4m (17.7ft) Smuggler Strat RIB. Beneath the flybridge overhang is a large guest cockpit with dining for 10, sofa seating port and starboard and a relaxed lounge area aft. This space can be closed off by glass panels. She welcomes up to 11 guests in five cabins.
Asking price: EUR 35,000,000
Charter rate: from EUR 196,000 per week
ESACAPADE - for sale
The 37.5m (123ft) ESCAPADE has an aluminium hull and superstructure built by New Zealand shipyard Fitzroy Yachts and delivered in 2014. Her all-British design features exteriors by Dubois Naval Architects and interiors by Design Unlimited. The foredeck has a teak-lined jacuzzi and large sunpad, with plenty of deck space for sun lounging. On the main deck aft two L-shaped sun lounges face versatile open deck space, on the starboard side of which an exercise bike rises through a deck hatch. The transom folds down to create a swim platform with a shower and bathing ladder. Port midships is a boarding ladder of ease of access in any weather.
Beneath the hardtop is a guest lounge, bar and open-air dining, line-free, and the space is glazed at the sides back to the twin helm stations to keep the breeze at bay. The deck saloon, which is glazed on all sides, has a lounge diner and a feature bar in back-lit agate. Flooring is Merbau timber and there are more Malaysian design influences throughout. She welcomes up to eight guests in three cabins. The owner's suite aft has an island double berth with a sofa to port and a vanity table to starboard.
Asking price: EUR 13,750,000