POST BARCELONA BOAT SHOW ANALYSIS
Nobody can overlook that the show has been successful. Then, inside the micro-world of each exhibitor the analysis will be much more detailed, follow up of any lead , calculations of profitability versus the high cost of having an stand etc., but generally everybody agrees in confirming a high attendance, and even an inkling of optimism in the sector. According to official figures, it has closed with an influx of 55,000 people.
This time it seems that the numbers of registrations of new vessels are aligned with that sometimes no rational, sense of optimism. According to data provided by ADIN, new vessels until September 2015 vs. September 2014 grew by 10.2% (from 3.714 to 4.091). In Cataluña registrations grew by 5.6% (from 691 to 730).Palma de Mallorca, Palamos, Alicante, Malaga and Barcelona keep the 40.6%.
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Report on the economic impact on the economy of Spain and Catalonia
Respect of pre-owned vessels in the 2015 (September 2015 versus September 2014), registrations in Spain grow by 5.2% (from 13,913 to 14,631), and in Catalonia grew 6.3% (from 3.038 to 3.228).
Palma de Mallorca, Palamos, Barcelona, Alicante and Cartagena focus the 42.4%
INVICTUS PRESENTATION IN SPAIN
We also want to thank all those who have come during these intense days by Marina Grup stand and visited us. We were convinced about the appeal the INVICTUS range will generate but honestly it has overwhelmed us.
We were also lucky to have with us for a few days Christian Grande, INVICTUS designer, sharing with clients and friends a fantastic time and predicting a great future for these vessels.