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New dates announced for German show next year

Hanseboot 2015, the 56th Hamburg International Boat Show, will be held one week later than originally planned to accommodate a northern German school holiday.

The new dates are Oct. 31-Nov. 8.

The date change is attributable to the planning of school holidays in Hamburg and the other North German states, setting the autumn holidays for 2015 during the period originally planned for Hanseboot.

Organizers have decided to change the show dates to avoid the holiday dates because a large proportion of visitors and exhibitors come from North German states.

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