PALMA's International Boat Show closed on Sunday with a record number of visitors, having received 52'000 people, around 5'000 more than last year.
This figure was described by the organisors of the event as “extraordinary”, taking into account that the number of people who visited the show on its last day has yet to be finalised. According to the organisors, the professional passes and the tickets sold at the entrance were those which increased most in this 24th edition of the show, according to figures compiled by the organisation. They also said that the exhibitors were “very happy with the type of people who this year visited the show, people who were very interested in the boats and who had enabled them to do quite a lot of business”.