Italian exhibitors at Boot Düsseldorf

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There will be lots of italian exhibitors at Boot Düsseldorf: sail boats, motor boats, luxury yachts and many company names that produce and commercialize accessory products for boating or watersports. They’re over 100, so it’s quite difficult to mention them all, but here are a few of the most attended names of the representation guided by Ucina.

Regarding the motor boats stand out names like: Azimut-Benetti, Ferretti, Fipa, San Lorenzo, Arcadia Yacht for the biggest hulls. Also among the others, we can find: Cranchi, Absolute, Sessa, Selva, Comitti, the Cantieri Estensi, Flart Mare, Invictus, Maggom, Capelli, Italboats, Joker, Lomac and Zar.

For sailing, will be present the Shipyards SE.RI.GI, Grand Soleil, that will also bring in Germany it’s new 46LC, one of Genoa’s most popular boats, Italia Yachts, Comar, Ice Yachts, Mylius, Set Marine and Advanced Italian Yachts. From the smallests, and so, to the biggests sailboats: Italia Yachts will propose also in Germany the 12.98, presented in preview with great results in Genoa, while Mylius and  Advanced Italian Yachts will present themselves with their own maxis, from 76 to 80′. Comar will propound  at Düsseldorf, amongst existing boats and future projects, the multihulls, from 37′ to 60′, for sailing and, for the first time, power-driven.

In addition to the shipyards, many italian companies specialized in the production and marketing of all the wide range of accessory products of the nautical world will be present: from Cressi’s diving materials, to Osculati’s nautical accessories to the most sophisticated material machinings, like Amare Group’s aluminum ones. Massive, the presence of ower touristic ports, starting from the Gruppo Cozzi Parodi ones and the those of Consorzio della Sardegna

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