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01 Dec, 2017

Biggest International Boat & Yacht Shows

Biggest International Boat & Yacht Shows

London Boat Show (London, UK, 10−14 January) will be packed with global, national and boutique brands, first looks, loads of retailers and even unique opportunities to get on the water indoors.

boot Düsseldorf (Düsseldorf, Germany, 20−28 January) is the greatest watersports fair in the world. It expects to attract 1 800 exhibitors from 65 different countries and 250 000 visitors from 82 countries

Dubai International Boat Show (Dubai, UAE, 27 February — 3 March) attracted last year more then 29 000 visitors from over 120 countries and hosted 800 international, regional and local exhibitors from over 55 countries

Festival de la Plaisance de Cannes (Cannes, France, 11−16 September) is Europe’s leading in-water exhibition, since 1977. Nearly 500 exhibitors, 600 boats are displayed in water and on land in these two ports, including around one hundred world premieres.

Monaco Yacht Show (Monaco, Monaco, 26−29 September) curates the exhibition of 125 extraordinary one-off superyachts built by the world’s most respected shipyards and welcomes 580 leading companies from the yachting industry.

Abu Dhabi International Boat Show (Abu Dhabi, UAE, 17−20 October) set to be one of the world’s most exclusive and luxurious Super Yachting events. It is planning to attract over 30 000 visitors and more then 150 exhibitors.

Barcelona International Boat Show (Barcelona, Spain, 10−14 October) is the biggest nautical event in Spain, since 1961. It hosts more then 275 exhibitors.

Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (Florida, USA, 31 October — 4 November) exhibits range from yacht builders and designers to exotic cars and brokerage yachts. The 2017 boating spectacle attracted 105 000 visitors.

Hamburg Boat Show (Hamburg, Germany, 28 October — 5 November) is located in the vicinity of the North Sea and Baltic Sea and major inland waters. This year it had 520 exhibitors from 20 nations and about 76 000 visitors more than ever.

Nautic Paris Boat Show (Paris, France, 8−16 December) brings together all sectors of the watersports industry and becomes France’s biggest indoor port with around 700 exhibitors and 200000 visitors.

Antibes Yacht Show (Port Vauban, Antibes, France) attracts all the biggest names in the industry as well as showcasing some of the world most luxurious yachts. The venue covers 1000 meters of quayside and 15000 meters squared of land and accommodates nearly 200 exhibitors. It is increasing in size each year.

Genoa International Boat Show (Genoa, Italy,? September) is one of the biggest boat show, welcoming more then 200 000 visitors

Salon Nautique International de Paris (Paris, France,? Desember) is leading world’s event. In 2016 it had more then 200000 visitors and almost 700 exhibitors

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