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STP Shipyard Palma full with the participants of the Superyacht Cup
As usual, late June is the most anticipated moment for lovers of regattas. The oldest Superyacht regatta in Europe, the Palma Superyacht Cup starts on Wednesday 20th June. All the participants have been preparing their boats for several months now, and that is where STP Shipyard Palma comes into its own. Virtually every competing yacht has already spent time in STP having varios work done to make sure they are ready for this epic regatta.
The atmosphere is already starting to build in the STP Shipyard, with competitors excited about the upcoming regatta.
Yachts such as Win Win, Mari Cha III and Bliss are regulars of STP having carried out large repair Projects. Others as Inoui, Ganesha and Highland Fling always arrive a few days before the regatta to make their final checks. Having STP Shipyard on hand at the disposal of the participants for any urgent repairs or unforeseen accidents that may arise during the regatta gives great comfort to the competing yachts. Maintenance works such as hydaulics, electronics inspection, and sail repairs, are the most usual services in demand and so it’s important, there is a large team of nautical professionals in Mallorca that covers any aspect necessary for each competing yacht. All this, with the background of Palma’s stunning Cathedral makes Palma the place to be next week.
The yachts participating in the regatta come from all over the world to attend the event, which every year attracts some of the most prestigious yachts on the planet, including the iconic J-Class who will join in this year’s regatta after an absence of three years.