Show Preview: the first Antibes Yacht Show

Within a few weeks the first edition of the Antibes Yacht Show will open it’s doors. The Show will take place in Port Vauban during Easter Weekend from Friday 6th of April to Monday 9th of April 2007. With over 40 yachts on display the show promises to be a success. We take a look at the visiting superyachts.

Edmiston & Co
With none less then 9 yachts on display, Edmiston is the main exhibitor of the first Antibes Yacht Show. With the 60m Titan they also have the biggest yacht on show and with 58m the completely refitted Magna Grecia is a good second. Other yachts include the beautiful classic sailing yacht Thendara, the ISA 120 Sun Glider II, the Akhir Paragon, Royal Huisman’s Diamond for Ever, Benetti’s Desamis B, the Oceanfast Opal C (photo) and the Mangusta 105 Oscar II.

YCO Yachts
YCO yachts will show the 38m Akhir Abrouq (photo). Abrouq was built by Cantieri di Pisa in 2003 and she has a beautiful interior by Ivana Porfiri. She is available at EU 10.8 Mil. Also available for inspection through YCO is the Leopard 34m Onda. The 34m yacht is listed at EU 8.8 Mil.

Dahm International
Just before last years Monaco Yacht Show Herbert Dahm made his comeback in the superyacht scene. His company Dahm International was already present at Boot Düsseldorf in January and at the Antibes Yachts Show they will have two yachts on display, the Jongerts Ameena and Black Molly III. The modern Jongert 2900M Ameena was delivered in 2004 and is available at EU 8.5 mil. Black Molly III, a Jongert Tradition 30T, was built in 1998 and recently underwent a 2006.

Aquila Yachting
Golfe Juan based yacht brokers Aquila Yachting shows, among others, Maiora’s 30m Lady Katana (photo). She was build in 1998 and available at EU 3.5 Mil.

We, Maarten & Merijn, will visit the boat show from Saturday until Monday, please feel free to contact us if you would like to meet us.

Merijn: [email protected]
Maarten: [email protected]

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