From October 29 (10 am to 6 pm) to November 6, 2011 (10 am to 8 pm), the internationally acclaimed Hamburg International Boat Show will again celebrate the best in motorboats, trend sports, sailing, and angling! There will be even more exhibitors this year, with around 750 exhibitors making their appearances and presentations for the first time.
The year, the 2011 show promises to be an exciting showcase of the latest yachts, catamarans, and trimarans in what will definitely be the biggest in-water exhibition in Germany!
The Hanseboot 2011 programme holds promises for boating fans of all ages. There’s a corner for first timers who want to try their hand at skiff and dinghy sailing. All you have to do is drop by the Sailzone. Class associations and clubs are also present in this area, for boating enthusiasts who are planning of finally joining a boating club. This is also where you can take a look at the latest equipment and accessories in boating.
hanseKids is another corner that’s free of charge for all children, as long as they are registered in advance. hanseKids will take children to a taster sailing session, with optimist dinghies powered by wind machines. Online booking until August 2011 is available to all visitors.
Another thing to look forward to in the Hamburg International Boat Show is the hanseboot arena, where a big water basin will be set up for watersports such as surfing, canoe polo, and stand-up paddle surfing among many others. Watch out for presentations and demonstrations that are bound to teach you a thing or two about safety in watersports.
When would be the best time to go on a holiday? What are the essential safety tips to keep in mind when seafaring? All these will be answered by hanseboot cruise consulting. Experts on the subject from far and wide will help you finalize your boating plans once and for all. In fact, you can even make consulting appointments in advance online.
This is also the perfect opportunity to make connections that matter. The 7th Marine Forum, organized by the Committee on Marinas and Water Tourism Facilities of HTG (German Port Technology Association), is present innovative projects and opportunities for networking among the boating community.
With the strong presence of the Hamburg International Show, its success is without a doubt guaranteed. This will give not only boating manufacturers a great chance to prove their products in the midst of competition, but also make boating an even more popular and viable hobby.