Image forMarina Ibiza & STP Shipyard Palma prepare their landing at Monaco Yacht Show

The countdown has begun for a new edition of the world's most prestigious boat show, the Monaco Yacht Show, and STP Shipyard Palma and Marina Ibiza have been jointly preparing several novelties for their customers, collaborators and friends visiting the stand.

With a new location in Quai Albert 1er, stand AL43 and a much more functional new stand, the aim is to offer more comfort at the meeting point where Marina Ibiza and STP Shipyard Palma will welcome you and where you can announce your news for the next season, schedule mooring or maintenance requests, and of course, enjoy a snack every day accompanied by an excellent wine and a good Iberian ‘Bellota’ ham.

In addition, taking advantage of the show, the new edition of STP News magazine will be presented and you will be able to get a copy that will arrive loaded with news from the sector, interesting interviews and of course, history and interesting news from STP with the renewal of its concession.

You will also be able to enjoy the annual edition of Marina Ibiza News to catch up on what happened at the marina, as well as motivating projects that are being carried out to collaborate with the environment and give greater value to the marina.

Another important moment for meetings during the show will be the wine and ham tasting offered jointly by STP Shipyard Palma and Marina Ibiza on the stand of Balearic Yacht Destination, a project that both companies started two years ago together with other brands in the Balearic nautical sector in order to promote the Balearics as a destination and its values. This year, this group of professionals will also have news regarding the incorporation of new members, expanding the project that these companies promoted with great success.

 

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