Visit Boot Düsseldorf by Private Jet Charter
Each January, when summer days spent on the water feel so far away, watersports enthusiasts flock to Düsseldorf to get a sneak preview of the newest toys. The Düsseldorf International Boat Show, commonly referred to as boot Düsseldorf, is the world’s premier boat show, drawing crowds of more than 200,000 visitors annually.
The nine-day show, which takes place 21st to 29th January, will exhibit over 1,800 boats and yachts of various sizes and styles. This year’s motto, ‘Experience 360° watersports’ takes visitors on a journey through the latest trends in boating, kitesurfing, diving, wakeboarding, skimboarding, fishing, canoeing and cruising.
Whether you’re in the market for a luxury yacht or just window shopping, the superyacht exhibition is among the most exciting displays at the show. A total of 60 superyachts travel on the Rhine river to Düsseldorf, where they are presented indoors in an elegant setting, visible from all angles.
The sailing exhibition is another highlight, featuring dinghies, catamarans, sailing yachts and everything in between. In addition to the equipment on display, a sailing school offers a schedule that includes informative tips from experienced sailors, interviews with sailing stars and presentations of the top sailing destinations in the world.
Boot Düsseldorf also offers interactive watersports exhibitions for visitors of all ages. THE WAVE is an indoor nine-meter wave where visitors can try their hand at indoor surfing in a safe environment. Surfing is free with admission and fun for beginners and experts alike. The Surfers Village is also home to a number of laid back surf bars, surf fashion shops and exhibits showing the latest surfboards.
Among the most popular exhibitions at the fair is the Diving Centre. Visitors who are curious about the sport can suit up and dive in a tank with a certified instructor, free of charge.
Dates & Location
Date: 21-29 January 2017
Location: Düsseldorf Fair Ground
A one-day ticket to the show costs €17 and a two-day ticket costs €25. Both can be purchased at this link.