Boat Dusseldorf 2014
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Boat Dusseldorf 2014

On the eve of the famous yacht show in Germany.
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It is in Dusseldorf, with the exhibition in the huge Messe Dusseldorf complex, that the yachting New Year begins, both for motor and sailing public. While you still have time, book your tickets, book hotels and we will tell you what the beginning of this year will bring.

In seventeen halls of the Messe Dusseldorf, from 10 am to 6 pm from 18 to 26 January will be exhibited large and small boats, yachts, sports and fishing equipment - in general, everything that the world industry has invented to date for quality recreation in the water.



What's new


There will be a lot of new products in these expanses.

Nimbus 405
is the flagship of the line of family cruisers produced by the Swedish shipyard:


The British landing party:



Azimut Italian shipyard will show you two new interesting boats:




Wim van der Valk and a boat designed by Guido de Groot:



Sealine will present a very spacious boat, the Flybridge F380:

Elegant cruiser with attractive basic equipment - Hallberg-Rassy 48 Mk II:

Applicant for the title of family cruiser of the year - Beneteau Oceanis 38:


A novelty from the local manufacturer is the 12-metre long sports «Bavaria» (Cruiser 41 S):

The new Hanse 505 has come to replace the 495:


Discovery 58: classic hull design by Ron Holland and excellent sailing qualities:

Functional and thoughtful for all crew members, the Dufour 410 Grand Large:


Some of them have already appeared at autumn exhibitions, there are some that will be shown for the first time, and shipyards are not in a hurry to post their photos on the Internet.

Here We Are!

Traditionally itBoat is a partner of the exhibition, and our editorial staff will promptly report on the highlights of the show (remember the European Yacht of the Year Award!).

Besides, itBoat Boutique company can help you to organize a trip to the boat show, if you plan to choose a new boat at the exhibition. For more details, please

call

+7 495 77 11 700 or

e-mail

[email protected]

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