Diving is as trendy as ever. It is tremendous fun and is becoming more and more popular. boot Düsseldorf can confirm these statements as the diving halls, which showcase diving technology, suits and state-of-the-art equipment, are once more in great demand.
For divers its the “most beautiful hobby in the world” and the top international suppliers are presenting their latest products in Düsseldorf from 18th - 26th January, 2020. All major brands like Aqualung, Atomic Aquatics, Bauer, Mares, Ocean Reef or Scubapro will be there.
Great entertainment meets expert knowledge
Almost 700,000 people go diving regularly in Germany every year. And this number has been increasing steadily for years. What boot Düsseldorf has in store for all who want to become a part of this diving community is a wide range of information on how to learn diving on the basis of course based on the curriculums of such leading organisations as Padi, Protec, PSS worldwide, SSI or the German Diving Association. The new diving halls at boot Düsseldorf 2020 will be an excellent opportunity to make the best of the cold time of year to prepare for upcoming diving trips and get updates on the latest diving gear.
For many years, the huge boot Diving Tower has been the centrepiece of the information platform for divers that will move to Hall 12 at the 51st boot Düsseldorf in 2020. Diving experts and celebrities are the central ingredients of the attractive programme of lectures, interviews, presentations and films on offer every day at the show. Especially for newcomers, there are loads of interesting talks and information which will be of great help to have a smooth start into scuba diving.
Take your first dive at boot Düsseldorf
Visitors who then feel like they need a dive right away can do so with full diving equipment in the diving pool, which is 6 metres long, 4.60 metres wide and 1.80 metres deep. Diving suits, air cylinders, regulators and fins are provided free of charge, while experienced diving instructors from the leading dive training organisations will be on hand to give tips and advice.
Another focus in the diving halls 11 & 12 are diving destinations from around the world. This part of the exhibition clearly adds to the emotional flavour of the Dive Center and adds on to the technical focus of the presentations of diving equipment. The travel destinations covered include both highly popular and exotic options, all of which aim to attract visitors to their gorgeous underwater worlds. Major national presentations come from countries like, for example, Egypt, Curacao, Indonesia, the Maldives, the Philippines and Turkey. Portugal and Fuerteventura will be presenting their popular diving regions too, however. Anyone who prefers diving inland lakes to the sea will find that the cooperative Austrian stand has all the necessary information about the excellent diving conditions in the fascinating lakes in the Salzburg area or Carinthia.
What all the regional presentations have in common is that you will always find locals from the area at boot Düsseldorf who are happy to share their first hand knoledge of the spot with visitors. This will help you a great deal to decide finally where to make the booking for your next diving trip at boot Düsseldorf!