The 26th edition of Dubai International Boat Show 2018 starts on 27 February. Exhibitors from all over the world will showcase the latest innovations in marine equipment and accessories alongside a vibrant program of watersports stunts and demonstrations. A Polish national stand will be there as well (stand A-35).
A press briefing at a Polish national stand is scheduled for Wednesday (28 February), 5 p.m. Michał Bąk, representing the Polish Chamber of Marine Industry and Water Sports, will discuss the potential of the Polish yachting industry. During the press briefing, as well as on the remaining days of the show, any of those interested will be able to learn more there about the potential of the Polish yachting industry and to obtain information about the offer of our domestic manufacturers of boats, parts, equipment and about related services. This is the support provided by the Polish Investment and Trade Agency within the ‘Promoting economy through Polish product brands’ programme. Similarly, Polish yachts and boats will be promoted in: the Netherlands, Norway, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Australia, Turkey, Russia and China.
The following companies will present their offer at the Dubai International Boat Show 2018:
- Deep Ocean Technology Poland Sp. z o. o. (stand no. L-14),
- Sunreef Yachts (stand no. MD-50),
- Parker Poland Sp. z o. o. ( stand no. L-24).
On the fair you will also meet dealers of other polish companies ( for example Galeon).
We kindly invite all Polish entrepreneurs who will be at the fair to use the potential of the Polish national stand.
In Poland, 22,000 yachts are manufactured annually. Our domestic manufacturers specialise in motor boats of 6 to 9 meters in length and in this sector they are ranked 2nd worldwide, after the United States. The unrivalled leaders among buyers of Polish yachts and boats are Norwegians. Only in 2016, they purchased Polish sailing vessels worth EUR 70 million. The second and third place go to the French (with the total export value of EUR 46 million in 2016) and Germans (EUR 44 million), respectively. The total value of exported Polish yachts was almost EUR 350 million in 2016.