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Barcelona International Boat Show 5 – 13 November 2011 http://en.nauticwebnews.com/2690

Barcelona International Boat Show 5 – 13 November 2011

The 50th Barcelona International BoatShow, which will be held on 2011, will bring together the widest offer and the latest nautical and leisure products.

For the first time ever, the Show will take up the five halls in the Gran Via Exhibition Centre and the On-water Show in Port Vell will exceed the 250 boats that were displayed in the previous show.

Port Vell Barcelona

A highlight of this year’s show will be the first BCN Dive, dedicated to the underwater world, on the first few days of the International Boat Show of Barcelona. BCN Dive will be held in pavilion 5 of the Gran Vía exhibition centre and expects the participation of around a hundred companies.

  • Over 175,000 visitors.
  • Over 1,600 indirect exhibitors.
  • The largest display of yachts, oats and accessories for sailing, fishing, surfing and scuba diving.

New products

The show will be featuring all the latest trends in the sector, which is leaning towards more innovative and sustainable nautical activities. Everything you need to enjoy the sea.

Activities

To celebrate our 50th anniversary

An extensive programme of activities to celebrate this very special anniversary, both inside the show venues and in different areas of Barcelona.

Ideas for enjoying the sea

Sailing and fishing simulators, a pool for dinghy-sailing beginners, traditional maritime workshops, ship baptisms, exhibitions, etc.

Regattas and awards

Once again the show will be hosting the presentations of some major regattas and the prize-giving ceremonies of nautical awards.

Bringing the sector together

With seminars and conferences to discuss the nautical industry in Spain and find solutions to new challenges, involving the private sector, the public administration, institutions, sector associations and sailing enthusiasts.

Village in the Port Vell

The meeting point for sector professionals, sailing enthusiasts and representatives of industry and the economy.

Salon Nautico Internacional de Barcelona
Organised by Fira de Barcelona, with the collaboration of ANEN, the Barcelona Boat Show is the most important in Spain and the only one in the country recognised by the International Federation of Boat Show Organisers (IFBSO).
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