On Tuesday, 5 December 2017 at the Paris Nautic we took for a 2-hour “Digital Boat Odyssey”. The third edition of the Nautic conference became a great opportunity to discuss the direction in which this "numerical" adventure is heading and the nautical role in it. This year event, organised jointly by European Boating Industry (EBI), the French Federation of Nautical Industries (FIN) and Nautic Festival, gathered on one stage not only the representatives of the industry who contribute daily to creating new image of boating with the help of digital tools, on land and on water, but also the European Commission policy officers who coordinate the policies related to nautical tourism at the European Union level.
boot Düsseldorf and European Boating Industry are proud to announce that the third edition of their “International Breakfast Meeting” (IBM) will be held at the boat show on Tuesday, 23 January 2018 from 8:45 to 10:30, and will be accompanied for the first time by its very own logo which will be unveiled shortly.
A decade after the big crisis marked and affected badly the boating industry, the 2018 “International Breakfast Meeting” will focus on the market development in both well-established boating leading countries, such as France and the USA, as well as in the emerging countries, like Colombia or South Korea.
The third edition of the joint event of European Boating Industry, the French Federation of Nautical Industries (FIN) and Nautic Festival, the “Digital Boat Odyssey” will take place on Tuesday, 5 December 2017 from 15:00 - 16:45 at Scene Nautic. The 2017 event will discuss two main aspects of the digital change: on land and on water, so not only the evolving way in which we start our nautical adventure before even getting on board, but also the changing habits and use of devices on sea.
European Boating Industry is happy to announce that the initiative strongly supported by our association and of which we have been a part, will now gain an even wider audience, as the "European Tourism Manifesto" has been translated to other European languages and is now available in 23 of them. Get familiar with the postulates in your mother tongue here
This summer, boating industry might have gained a few more future recreational craft enthusiasts, thanks to the 12th edition of the largest such event in this part of Europe – the Wind and Water boat show in Gdynia - which took place from 27-30 July.
Over ten thousand visitors who frequented the event could not have been disappointed with the show’s offer.