Genoa International Boat Show; The 54th greatest Italian boat exhibition continues reorganizing itself and is also aiming at becoming once again the European Boat Show of reference in three years. The organizers strengths will be concentrated on the direct involvement of international operators and media, on promoting Made in Italy products and on a new exhibition layout that also gives great importance to the world of sailing.At the end of the past edition, all operators were satisfied about such figures as 115,000 visitors, 750 exhibitors and more than one thousand crafts, 300 of which were moored in water. That was only the first step and that is where it will start over, from the new course which, a year ago, was symbolically marked by the “the red wall”, up to a completely renovated Show which is really willing to relaunch and to establish itself as the most important European exhibition in the sector.

What was really appreciated by visitors last year was the decision about dividing the various kinds of products noticeably: sailboats, motorboats, accessories, engines. This year will continue the same way. In addition to the Sailing World, even the Power Village which houses engines will be back, while the large dockyard will be used for mooring motorboats and Pavilion B will be reserved for accessories, inflatable boats and outboards.

WHEN:1 – 6 October, 2014


Genoa, Italy.


Full-Price Ticket: € 15,00.

Online Full-Price Ticket: € 13,00 + internet purchase commission.

Concessions: € 13,00.

–  Concessions for visitors with disabilities will only be granted to those visitors submitting a disability certificate and/or a self-certification proving a 66% grade of disability. Admission will be free for carers of people with disabilities not capable of moving independently.

–  Concessions for groups (minimum 30 people entering together)

–  Concessions for Italian Cral associations (from Wednesday to Friday) presenting a valid membership card.


–  Children born after 01.01.2000 if accompanied by an adult.

–  Person accompanying a disabled visitor requiring assistance.


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