The Antibes Yacht Show

02/2007 –


Antibes, the biggest pleasure harbour in Europe finally organises its yacht show.

For the first time in 2007 the Show will take place in Port Vauban during Easter Weekend from Friday 6th of April to Monday 9th of April 2007.

With the support of the town of Antibes, The Port Vauban and the International Yacht Club of Antibes (IYCA), this promises to be a fast growing boat show. Do we need to introduce its Honnour President? M. Camille Rayon, whose dreams and resolution to accomplish them, offer to today’s yachtsmen the harbour structures and berths for their yachts on the French Riviera.

Antibes, a very well known place for yachting in Europe, needs no introduction either, it is the homeport of some of the world’s largest private yachts.

From tenders to super yachts, for sale and /or charter, new or second hand units will all be welcome at the Antibes Yacht Show. The location is ideal, near the old town, the event will take place on the “Vieux Port” the “Chantier Naval Opera” and the “Milliardaire’s quay”. The VIP lounge and a restaurant will dominate the salon on the terrace of the Chantier Naval Opera, with a stunning view of the sea, the medieval village of Antibes and the snow covered Alpes.

Held early April 2007, at the very beginning of the nautical season, this show is the ideal opportunity for the visitors to purchase their new yacht for immediate use. The organisers also worked on the logisitics around this event, with, in addition to the 1000 parking spaces in the port, extra parking facilities made available by the town close to the Fort Carré. A courtesy shuttle bus will take the visitors from those parking areas to the Antibes Yacht Show; a similar service will be available by boat. Last, as the Antibes International Yacht Club offers a heliport, aerial services will be made available between Antibes, the airport of Nice, Cannes or Monaco…

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– AlP –

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