Registration open for ICOMIA conference in Amsterdam

Registration is open for the 2016 ICOMIA World Marinas Conference, which is set for Nov. 17-19 in Amsterdam.
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Registration is open for the 2016 ICOMIA World Marinas Conference, which is set for Nov. 17-19 in Amsterdam.

The event will take place in the new building of RAI Amsterdam, the Amtrium, which is next door to METSTrade and the Marina & Yard Pavilion.

Breakout sessions will cover topics that include marina development, regulations, a business-enabling event, management and operations, and uniting the public and private sectors.

Events include a welcoming dinner at the Harbour Club and a tour of state-of-the art marinas in the Netherlands. The Partner Programme will offer a canal boat route through Amsterdam, a high tea, a “Diamonds & Champagne” tour and a visit to the Rijksmuseum.

The event is aimed at marina owners, operators, developers, consultants, service providers, government officials, equipment manufacturers, nautical tourism promoters and port and harbor operators.

It is set to attract more than 350 international marina delegates from more than 30 countries.

Click here for more or to register.

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