Minorca Yachts will make U.S. debut at Palm Beach show

The Spanish-built Minorca Yachts line will debut in the North American boating market this week.
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Another European builder is setting its sights on the North American market. The Islander 34 from Minorca Yachts will be at the Palm Beach International Boat Show this week.

Another European builder is setting its sights on the North American market. The Islander 34 from Minorca Yachts will be at the Palm Beach International Boat Show this week.

The Spanish-built Minorca Yachts line will debut in the North American boating market this week at the Palm Beach International Boat Show.

The company, which makes cruising yachts from 34 to 68 feet, will hold a press conference at the Palm Beach show at 2 p.m. Friday. The show opens Thursday and will continue through Sunday.

Attending the media introduction will be José Luis Sastre Gardés, of Sasga Yachts; and representatives of SYS Yacht Sales, Minorca Yachts’ distributor for the Americas.

Tours of the Minorca Islander 34 will be available.

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