The second edition of the International Boat Show of Bologna www.salonenauticobologna.it will take place from 30 October to 7 November in the Emilian capital.
This year the exhibition, organized by Snidi – International Boat Shows of Italy, presents two important innovations: the diction of international and the increase in the exhibition area.
Made a few years ago, the choice of preferring Bologna and Emilia-Romagna as the site of a boat show proved to be a winner thanks to the national barycentric position of the Emilia-Romagna region. A winning choice also for the identification of BolognaFiere, considered among the best exhibition venues in Italy, as the venue for the event.
A reference point for boating
Reserved for the nautical production of boats between 5 and 18 meters, the event expands the exhibition areas thanks to an increase in exhibitors who will occupy the more than 24 thousand effective square meters. Over 200 boats on display to meet the growing demand of boating users who are increasingly attentive to the eco-sustainable production segment.
The Bologna International Boat Show, in pavilions 19-21-29-30, will see the presence of the major news for 2021/2022, but also of the entire nautical supply chain ranging from accessories to marine engines, from services to sector publications.
In addition, the opening to the European market, with the presence of the main Italian shipyards and several foreign brands, demonstrates the good health of the Bologna International Boat Show.
The confirmation of the term “International”, supported by the certification that certifies its value, increases the qualitative depth of the appointment, which becomes more and more a point of reference for Italian boating.
During the show there will also be the delivery of the Blu Award 2021, which rewards personalities, organizations, institutions and companies that defend and promote sea wealth.
One of the awards will be given to the television presenter Caterina Balivo for her commitment, as Unesco godmother for the decade of oceanic sciences for sustainable development.