From April 30 to May 4, Oyster Yachts will be attending the 2nd edition of the Palma Superyacht Show. This year, the yard will be showcasing for sale the very well presented Oyster 82/09 sailing yacht Dama de Noche.
The show, specifically for larger yachts, and built out of the con-current Palma Boat Show for smaller craft, is gathering quite a momentum with a 50% increase in exhibits among which superyacht Dama de Noche will be a significant draw.
With in-mast cutter configuration and five-cabin, ten-berth plan in a crisp maple and pale leather interior, the Rob Humphreys designed luxury yacht Dama de Noche was completed in 2008 with a particularly well detailed specification. Construction is to MCA Cat 2, so she’s ready for luxury yacht charter, too, although to date her fastidious owner has kept Dama de Noche purely for private use. She’s in meticulous condition and won the 2013 Concourse d’Elegance award at last year’s Oyster Palma Regatta.
With Oyster’s ongoing investment in Palma and customer services there now offering owners the Western Med convenience of full charter, brokerage, new boat sales, service and refit, the team is set shortly to move into brand new offices at Locales 6-7, Edificio Moll Vell, Muelle Viejo S/N, 07012 Palma de Mallorca, directly overlooking the Superyacht Show in the Old Port.
Meantime, and in conjunction with expert advice at the show, Jamie Collins and the Oyster teams from Palma, UK and Germany will be on hand for accompanied viewings also of an interesting roster of other pre-owned Oysters available locally, including:
Spirit of Montpelier 72/02 – 2005 (Palma – Port de Mallorca)
Matelot Moon 66/07 – 2002 (Palma – RCNP)
Blue Horizon 655/15 – 2010 (Palma – Naviera Balear)
Rock Oyster 56/39 – 2004 (Palma – Port de Mallorca)
Olanta 56/14 – 2000 (Palma – Naviera Balear)
Blue Bayou 54/04 – 2009 (Palma – Club de Mar)
Janus of London 53/36 – 2003 (Palma – Naviera Balear)
Aleda LD43/11 – 2008 (Alcudia)