Boot 2017


June 19, 2016

Düsseldorf, Germany Registration Deadline: June 30, 2016


boot Düsseldorf, the world’s largest water sports trade fair will open its doors again next January in Düsseldorf! Exhibitors and visitors alike are won over by the power of innovation, spectacular products as well as the wide product range and the excellent service provided by boot Düsseldorf. In 17 halls, a comprehensive range of maritime products – everything you need to enjoy sports and have fun in, on, at and under water – will be presented.


boot Düsseldorf is the stage for acting out maritime opportunities: In 20 lavishly designed theme worlds based on the motto “Experience 360° watersports”, emotional and interactive presentations engage visitors. The feel of nature, adventure and fun, combined with information and entertainment, make boot an active and involving event. From fishing lines to large yachts, there is a right backdrop for every product provided. There will be well over 1,700 motor and sailing yachts, motorboats and smaller boats of all categories on display, along with all the trend sports and their top tourist destinations. In 2016, about 244,600 visitors and 1,834 exhibitors from 65 countries participated in the Düsseldorf show which occupied more than 1 million square feet of net exhibition space. As in previous years, almost 60% of the exhibition space was allocated to exhibitors from outside Germany, making it the most international event of its kind.  


As the Canadian representative office, we would be happy to assist you in making your participation in boot 2016 as convenient and successful as possible. Please fill in the coupon below to request more information. We kindly ask you to fax or email it back to (416) 598-1840 or or contact our Canadian office at (416) 598-1524.


For information on travel arrangements, please contact:           

LM Travel, Andre Houle at:


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