Boot Düsseldorf, the 48th International Boat Show, will open Saturday and continue through Jan. 29 at the fairgrounds in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Boot Düsseldorf is one of the world’s premier boat shows and it annually attracts 1,600 exhibitors from more than 50 nations. The show is held at Messe Düsseldorf, Germany, for a week at the end of January.
ICOMIA plans to hold a free seminar Jan. 26 at boot Düsseldorf.
The Hanse Group said it will debut models at the January boat show in Düsseldorf that include the sailing yacht brands Hanse, Dehler and Moody and the powerboat brands Sealine and Fjord.
Organizers said more than 360 manufacturers of sailboats and yachts, multihull boats, catamarans, daysailers and dinghies will present their products at boot Düsseldorf in Germany in January.
When boot Düsseldorf closed Jan. 31, the water sports festival billed as the world’s largest had attracted nearly a quarter of a million visitors, organizers say.
The European Powerboat of the Year awards, now in their 12th year, were handed out at the Dusseldorf Boat Show.
Arcadia Yachts is giving its new model, Sherpa, its world debut at the 2016 Boot Dusseldorf, which is underway and will continue through Sunday in Germany.
Greenline Hybrid Yachts is planning to be at the Düsseldorf Boat Show next month after a tough year and a shift to new ownership.
Arcadia Yachts said it will debut Sherpa, an entry-level model, at the Jan. 23-31 Boot Düsseldorf in Germany.
This year’s Düsseldorf boat show included 1,741 exhibitors from 57 countries, as some boatbuilders stepped up their presence in an effort to capitalize on the relatively strong economic region in a still-lagging European market.