The 28th MYBA Charter Show in Genoa is Shaping Up Well


MYBA Charter Show

With yacht registrations at the highest level seen in years, exhibitor stands selling out in days and the largest new reception area agreed, the 2016 MYBA Charter Show in Genoa this may is looking set to be outstanding event.”

The MYBA Charter Show, brings together the world’s leading yachting professionals and provides them with the opportunity to appraise some of the finest yachts available for charter, as well as an exceptional array of ancillary services.

This year, a new indoor reception & hospitality area will be unveiled. Designed to facilitate meetings it seeks to offer welcome moments of respite during what is always a very busy Show.

The 2016 Show will also feature an enlarged dock space/walkway for yachts at the top end of the Molo Vecchio.

The number of yacht registrations is high and the vessels already listed range from the sleek 63m Irimari built in 2015 to the timeless Malahne, a 50m motor yacht built in 1937 and last refitted in 2015.

The stands available to exhibitors were sold out shortly after the opening of online registration, with a waiting list currently in effect.

From refits and repairs to florists and wine suppliers, the show will highlight what is available to the industry.

There is also news from the MYBA Superyacht Chefs’ Competition which will be enjoying its 4th year. The theme for this year’s Competition is “A Tribute to Italy. Italian Cuisine – Classic and Modern”.

Rising stars of the culinary scene will face the challenge of combining ingredients such as creativity, passion and precision, and the results will be judged by a panel with impressive credentials.

The Competition has fast become one of the highlights of the Show.