YachtWorld Brokers Village coming to Spain

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YachtWorld.com, a leading Internet yacht brokerage portal, announced that the YachtWorld Brokers Village will make its first appearance in Spain at the forthcoming Sálon Náutico in Barcelona.

The village will showcase more than 500 brokerage listings and new boats in stock from the 22 participating brokers.

"Spain, with its Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines, is an increasingly important market," said Robert Corden, commercial director of YachtWorld.com and Boats.com International, in a statement. "In this period of economic uncertainty not everyone is in the market for a new boat. The YachtWorld Brokers Village creates a vibrant marketplace for show visitors specifically looking for used boats."

The YachtWorld Brokers Village is manned by knowledgeable multilingual YachtWorld staff that helps visitors to conduct a search of the boats on display. The resultant inquiries are then sent straight to the broker in question.

The Sálon Náutico takes place Nov. 7-15 at Gran Via and Port Vell in Barcelona.

The YachtWorld Brokers Village will also be a feature at the forthcoming Paris, London and Düsseldorf boat shows.

YachtWorld.com and Soundings Publications are divisions of Dominion Enterprises.

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