On 26 February - 2 March 2019, the 27th edition of the yacht industry fair - Dubai International Boat Show will take place. Exhibitors from around the world will present the latest There will also be a Polish national stand (stand L-30).
The press conference at the Polish national stand is planned for the second day of the fair, February 27, 7 pm. Industry expert, Secretary General of the Polish Chamber of Yacht Industry and Water Sports - Michał Bąk will present information regarding the potential of the Polish yacht industry. During the press briefing, as well as on other days of the fair, everyone interested will be able to learn more about the Polish yacht and boat industry. Information about the offer of our domestic producers of yachts, boats, parts, equipment and services related to this sector will be presented at DIBS for the all time. This activity is carried out by the Polish Investment and Trade Agency S.A. as part of the "Promotion of the economy based on Polish product brands" program. Similarly, Polish yachts and boats will be promoted in the Netherlands, Norway, the United States, Germany, Australia, Turkey, Russia and China.
Polish companies present at the event:
- D-BOATS Sp. z o.o - stand OD-50
- MARINE TECH SA - stand D-120
- Reingard DesignStand - stand L-171
- SUNREEF YACHTS / SUNREEF VENTURE S.A. - MD-50 stand
Polish entrepreneurs who visit the fair, but are not exhibitors, are invited to contact PAIH and use the potential of our stand.
In Poland, 22,000 yachts are produced annually. Our domestic producers specialize in motor boats from 6 to 9 meters long and in this sector they occupy the second place in the world after the United States. The Norwegians are the unsurpassed leaders among the buyers of Polish yachts and boats. Only in 2016 they bought Polish sailing ships worth 70 million euros. The second and third place is occupied by the French (with a total export value of EUR 46 million in 2016) and Germany (EUR 44 million), respectively. The total value of exported Polish yachts in 2016 amounted to almost EUR 350 million.