Amsterdam in Water Boat Show took place this year (2016) between August 29 – September 3 in Amsterdam Marina. This is a very short post about it, just for the record and pure fun. I have been so busy all month with issues outside my main business, so I have neglected my show articles even about the most fanciest of them all, the one from Cannes. I’m not so sorry because the Cannes Show was already featured on this website, and in Amsterdam they were exposing boats for the second time this year.
Amsterdam in Water Boat Show – Visitors
Nothing spectacularly new this Summer end in Amsterdam, it was the same joyous atmosphere as always. Over 160 exhibitors were present, 300 yachts were lined around the NDSM Wharf.
The Boat Show was a fabulous day out for everyone who enjoys the water and the beautiful boats. Visitors watched the best in Dutch and international yacht building. From small to large, series-built or custom, in aluminum, fiber, steel or GRP, the show offered an impressively comprehensive overview of over 300 vessels, dozens of them for the first time.
During the HISWA Amsterdam in water Boat Show, the quays of the new Amsterdam Marina accommodated open sailboats, sail yachts, luxury catamarans, motor yachts, launches, tenders, speedboats.
An exotic show has been one of the main extra attractions of the show, besides the classic water sports activities for all ages, free sailing lessons, maneuvering clinics, pedal boats, paddle boarding, workshops, demonstrations and stories of boating adventures.
Another key segment of the exhibition program at the HISWA Amsterdam in-water Boat Show was the selection of launches, weekenders and tenders. They offered visitors a range of over 50 models in a large variety of brands.
Exhibitors presented nautical items, clothing and accessories on the quay, along with the boats moored there. The restaurant “Duin & Kruidberg” served delicious food at its terrace overlooking the Amsterdam Marina.
Here is a video with a short presentation:
I am sure that every one who visited had an unforgettable experience. The organizers and the sponsors were first class professionals.
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