The 63th Salone Nautico Internazionale, which will take place in Genoa from 21 to 26 September, was presented on 15 June in The Hague, Holland. The organizers have chosen the capital of the Netherlands as the venue for the last stage of the Ocean Race before the Grand Finale scheduled in Genoa from 24 June to 2 July.
In the presence of regional and municipal representatives, as well as the Ambassador in Holland, Giorgio Novello, Richard Brisius, CEO of Ocean Race, and Stefano Pagani Isnardi, director of the Research Office of Confindustria Nautica, an event was presented which this year will see over 1000 boats exhibited at the Genoa Fair.
A symbolic place increasingly connected to the city, whose face is changing thanks to the Eastern Waterfront project designed by Renzo Piano. And already this year, all participants in the 63th Salone Nautico Internazionale will be able to admire the new waterways that have brought the waters of the Mediterranean even closer to the city, as happened in the past.
An exhibition layout that combines design and sustainability
A bond also remembered by Stefano Pagani Isnardi, director of the Confindustria Nautica Studies and Projects Office. The International Boat Show https://salonenautico.com/ in Genoa is evolving and is ready to welcome the main innovations in the sector in September. And all this within an exhibition layout that combines design and sustainability, thanks above all to the realization of the project for the new Eastern Waterfront. “The works will be completed in 2024, in the meantime the recent opening of the navigable canals, the spectacular island that frames the Blue Pavilion and the new exhibition docks which will host, starting this year, 200 new moorings, already make the Salone today Nautico a unique platform in the world”.
63th Salone Nautico Internazionale: a growing sector
An event that talks about a sector of the Italian nautical industry in full health that closed a record 2022.
Among the determining factors is the export growth exploit of shipbuilding production, which reaches 3.4 billion euros. The nautical industry is a complex and articulated supply chain that records the highest activation coefficients and has almost 19,000 local production units, for an added value of over 11 billion euros and more than 187,700 employees. “For every production worker in the sector, 9.2 jobs are created; every euro invested in production activates 7.5, as noted by the Edison Foundation and the Symbola Foundation, scientific partner of Confindustria Nautica”, concluded Pagani Isnardi.