After five bustling days on the quays of La Fusta, España and Marina Port Vell, the Barcelona International Boat Show closes its doors today on its 60th edition with the confirmation among exhibitors and visitors of having experienced one of the best events in recent years, thanks to the large number of visitors, the high-quality showcase and the business contacts established.
In its 60th edition, the Boat Show fills the Port Vell with the most innovative and sustainable navigation
The most innovative boating and the promotion of the blue economy will feature prominently in the 60th edition of the Barcelona Boat Show, which will bring together the main brands in the sector in new spaces and with the America's Cup on the horizon. The Fira de Barcelona show will have the largest floating exhibition of recent editions, adding Marina Port Vell to the Fusta and España docks for the first time.
The Barcelona International Boat Show, organised by Fira de Barcelona in collaboration with the National Association of Marine Industries (ANEN), has taken another step forward in its commitment to sustainability as a driver of the sector's transformation towards the blue economy. In its 60th edition, it will feature, among other initiatives, a space dedicated to exhibiting boats with electric or hybrid engines and the latest innovations designed to mitigate the impact of boating activity on seas and oceans. In addition, the show has reached a collaboration agreement with the World Ocean Council (WOC), an international organisation founded in 2010 that promotes the sustainable maritime economy and has chosen Barcelona to establish its headquarters.
The Boat Show will be held for the 60th time in October with the largest floating exhibition in recent years
The Barcelona International Boat Show will put on a large floating exhibition for its 60th anniversary, with the addition of the Marina Port Vell to the traditional Fusta and España docks as part of its exhibition area. Thus, from 12 to 16 October, it will display the main innovations in the sector on water and on land, with the aim of promoting its growth and international expansion.
The Boat Show once again brings together sea enthusiasts and consolidates the sector’s good momentum
The Barcelona International Boat Show closes its 59th edition today with a large number of public and professional visitors who, throughout its six days, have once again filled Barcelona's Port Vell with intense business, leisure and family activity.
The Boat Show once again brings together the sector and the major brands with sustainability as the route to follow
Major national and international brands, sector professionals, and sailing enthusiasts will take part in the Boat Show, which will once again fill Barcelona's Port Vell with activities, boats, and novelties in an edition marked by sustainability, the revitalisation of business, and the return of nautical trade fair events.