World marinas conference returns in November

The ICOMIA World Marinas Conference will be held Nov. 17-19 in Amsterdam.

The ICOMIA World Marinas Conference, which will be held Nov. 17-19 in Amsterdam, is unveiling topics and its theme, “Future of Marinas in a Changing World.”

More than 300 delegates, ranging from marina developers to hardware suppliers, are expected to join the conference and discuss topics such as water planning regimes and zones, refurbishment of aged marinas, environmental legislation and customer care.

Registration is open and early-bird discounts are available until May 1.

The conference is organized by RAI Amsterdam in partnership with the ICOMIA Marinas Group and the HISWA Holland Marine Industry association.

The two-day program at the RAI building will explore and highlight a range of subjects, offering insight into the latest in marina product development and technology.

More than 30 speakers, from within and outside the industry, will provide insight into such topics as marina development, regulations, financing and innovations. The conference will include parallel breakout sessions, open panel discussions, matchmaking programs and plenary presentations.


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