6th China Xiamen Int’l Boat Show enjoys brisk sales of its booths & berths

 
The 6th China (Xiamen) International Boat Show, which is scheduled to be held at the Xiamen Marina in Wuyuan Bay from 8th to 11th November this year, has sold most of its onshore booths and offshore berths, with even more yachts and boats expected to be displayed this year.

The boat show will continue to carry forward its water-land format with 30,000 square meters of onshore exhibition area, and 351 offshore berths with 20,000 square meters of water show area this year.

The show will include three sections this year. An indoor section, Blocks 4 to 6 of Xiamen Marina with floor space of some 5,000 square meters, will exhibit technical equipment and yacht clubs. An outdoor area, located in the Coastal Square of Xiamen Marina and stretching 25,000 square metres, will showcase yachts, sailing boats, parts and services. Finally, an on-water area, boasting a great many berths and a total area of 20,000 square meters, will be dedicated to sailing boats and yachts, and allow test drives of many of the vessels on display.

To date, more than 70% of the 351 offshore berths, 80% of the special booths and 60% of the standard booths have been booked. 
 

Feadship 150

International renowned yacht makers such as Azimut, Sunseeker, Princess, Ferretti, Lagoon, Beneteau, Feedship, Sunreef, Jeanneau, Regal, Sessa, Majesty, Brunswick, Absolute, Sealine, Rodman and a dozen domestic yacht manufacturers will show off their yachts and boats of various sizes at the show, which will be attended by potential buyers from Xiamen, Fujian and southeast China as well as thousands of curious visitors.

The famous Feadship 150 super yacht “Blue Sky” will debut at the Xiamen boat fair this year, and the Shenzhen-based Speedo Marine will also bring 84 feet and 80 feet Ferretti yachts made by the Italian brand it represents.

During the event, more than 300 yachts and boats from all over the world will be displayed, along with a series of relevant events including French marine cultural activities, yacht trials, yacht baby competitions, yacht photography competitions and yacht test tours, all of which will combine into what promises to be a memorable boat-themed extravaganza for all visitors. 
 

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