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The Palma Boat Show

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The XXVI Saló Nàutic (Salón Náutico) Internacional de Palma is in full swing now. Some 160 exhibitors present more than 300 boats on Palma’s Moll Vell in Paseo Maritimo until May 3rd, that’s next Sunday.

The Palma boat show is supposedly bigger and better than ever. This year, yachts, boats, surf boards, fishing tackle and assorted nautical accessories occupy an exhibition area of some 65,000 m², both in the water and on dry land. Opening hours are daily from 10h00 to 20h00. The fun is yours for a modest outlay of 6 €. You can purchase a metre of rope for a few Euros; yachts are slightly dearer.

If you are in for luxury vessels you best head straight to the Consigna quay.

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The photo was taken in Port d’Alcúdia, Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. The date: April 5th, 2009. The time was 14:46:38.

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