From 22 to 30 January 2022, boot Düsseldorf will present yachts, boats, boards and diving equipment as well as water sports destinations and charter companies in Halls 1 to 17 of the Düsseldorf Exhibition Center. Activities such as the wave "THE WAVE", the 65-metre long flatwater pool on which the new trend sport "Wing-Surfing" is one of the attractions, the newly built diving tower with all-round view or the popular canoeing route invite visitors to participate again next year - this time at a safe distance.
When the starting signal is given for the sailing competitions at Kiel Week on Saturday, 4 September 2021, at 9:00 a.m. sharp, a big sigh of relief goes through the scene. Organizers, active participants and sponsors, among them boot Düsseldorf, are simply happy to be able to start KiWo 2021 in an ambience regulated by 3G in German (geimpft, genesen, getestet) - vaccinated, recovered, tested.
She is one of the most famous stars in German windsurfing history: Hamburg-based Andrea Hoeppner has been crowned World Champion three times and celebrated as Champion countless times. She enjoys living her passion for wind and wave sports with a big heart and in a versatile way in the waters of her second home, the northern German island Fehmarn.
Exhibitor registrations for boot Düsseldorf have started. From now on, interested new exhibitors and all long-time friends of the water sports fair can register for the event from 22 to 30 January 2022 at the link https://www.boot.com/en/Exhibitors/Become_an_Exhibitor/Online_Application_boot_2022
Hamburg's ancient Speicherstadt district and the traditional North German Regatta Association overlooking the Alster formed the picturesque, maritime backdrop for the filming of ocean tribute 2021 on 6 May.
boot Düsseldorf, the most important watersports trade fair in the world, seeks to bring together industry, science and society, so that they can present joint solutions for the sustainable management of our environment and waters. They have therefore provided a platform for the German Ocean Foundation and the Monegasque Prince Albert II Foundation, where they can showcase their involvement in the sustainable development of international waters.