From 21 to 29 January 2023, 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 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.
Registering nearly 237,000 visitors from over 100 countries and more than 1,500 exhibitors from 68 nations on 220,000 square metres in 16 exhibition halls, boot Düsseldorf reports back with impressive figures.
The world's largest water sports trade fair - boot Düsseldorf - will once again be the most important hub for exchange of the industry from 21 to 29 January 2023. The trends and, above all, innovations for the 2023 season will be presented in 16 exhibition halls.
In exactly one month, boot Düsseldorf will start and 1,500 exhibitors will be present with boats, yachts, diving accessories, canoes, boards, technical equipment and fantastic destinations all over the world in 16 halls.
With the initiation of the "ocean tribute" award in 2017, the Monegasque Prince Albert II Foundation, the German Ocean Foundation and boot Düsseldorf set themselves a clear goal: To support people, projects or initiatives in their commitment to marine conservation
boot Düsseldorf and Kiel Week have been partners for 29 years. In 1993, the Düsseldorf trade fair organizers signed the partnership between boot Düsseldorf and Kiel Week under their then captain Claus Groth.
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.