Poland gears up for its largest on water show

Poland gears up for its largest on water show

The third edition of Poland’s largest boat show on the water, the Polboat Yachting Festival, will take place next month from July 21-24 in the Marina Yacht Park in Gdynia. More than 80 yachts and boats from leading Polish shipyards will be present with a dozen premieres.

One of the stars at the event will be Sunreef Yachts catamaran, where the opening ceremony of the Polboat Yachting Festival will traditionally take place, with the participation of important personalities from the industry and state and local administration. The Galeon Shipyard, which this year celebrates its 40th anniversary, will present seven different models, including the world premiere of the Galeon 375 GTO. Cobrey will display three vessels, including its largest motor yacht with a length of 50 feet, and the Vulcan Yachts shipyard debuting at the exhibition will present a slightly smaller vessel - the JP 47.

From foreign brands of boats over 10 m, the exhibition will include, among others German Bavaria and Italian RIO. There will also be the renowned Polish shipyards of Balt Yacht and Northman. Both companies will show their iconic models - Suncamper 35 and Northman 1200 and will also announce the premieres of their new models. The houseboat sector has been gaining a lot of interest and will be presented by two companies - the leader in the production of floating houses, La Mare from Bydgoszcz, and Nomadream, with a modern and very interesting Nomadream 1200 Double Decker unit. The largest representative in the RIB category will be Sportis.

The largest group of exhibitors, in line with its position as Europe’s number one producer of these types of vessels, will be motorboats up to 10m, headed by four models of the Parker Poland shipyard. Among foreign brands such as Windy, Flipper, Nimbus, Malibu, Alfastreet, Bayliner or Saxdor - most of their boats are produced in Polish shipyards - there will also be present some young Polish brands such as Canna Boats, Mongird Yachts, Futuro Boats, D-Boat, Nautic Yachts and VTS that come with electric drives.

Source: IBI News