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Yacht service area added at METS

An all-new Repair & Refit Boulevard is being added to the SuperYacht Pavilion at this year's Marine Equipment Trade Show to highlight the importance of servicing and maintaining large luxury yachts.

"The service element is such a crucial aspect of superyacht operation," said Irene Dros, METS product manager, in a statement. "Ignoring it could devalue METS as a unique B2B learning experience for the captains, project managers and other superyacht professionals who visit the exhibition and attend the Global Superyacht Forum."

Now concentrated in a single location, the SuperYacht Pavilion with the Repair & Refit Boulevard is better linked to the venue for the Global Superyacht Forum in order to facilitate networking between the exhibition and conference.

METS will be held Nov. 17-19 in Amsterdam.

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