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Moll d'Espanya - Passeig Joan Borbó
- When: 11–15 October 2017
- Where: Port Vell in Barcelona. Get there via Metro station Drassanes (L3 Green line) or Barceloneta (L4 Yellow)
- Standard Entry: €11.50
- Free entry for those under 12 years old
- Accommodation Nearby: Don't miss this convention and find your accommodation close to Salón Náutico
- Buy Tickets: Get tickets to Salon Nautico here
- Website: Salón Náutico Website
Salón Náutico International 2017 in Barcelona!
Barcelona's Nautical fair — Salon Nautico de Barcelona … is the most important in the country and recognised by IFBSO (International Federation of Boat Show Organisers). Last year, for its 50th anniversary the Council of Barcelona gave the event the Gold Medal for Sports Merit in recognition of its work in promoting the sector as well as the internationalisation of the city. Each year, this event is organised by Fira de Barcelona with the help of various associations throughout the maritime industry.
This fair is ideal to enjoy with family or friends, whether you're professional or a hobbyist. The event offers many activities for all ages and for 5 days, you can enjoy over 260 international exhibitors with at least 150 boats on the water and many more on display in the salon. More than 54,000 people attended the previous edition to admire the latest trends in nautical engineering.
It has the largest and most robust commercial offering in water activities and sports. Meanwhile its floating exhibitions include sailboats, yachts, catamarans, boats, inflatables and event cruise ships. There are all kinds of nautical products, from electronics and motors, to paints, sailmakers, trailers, and fishing gear.
Salon Nautico sections
- Espai del Mar: Professional conferences, lectures about the navigation and marine activities, boat presentations and awards ceremonies.
- Marina Tradicional: Exhibition of traditional wooden boats, restoration demonstrations, marine customization workshops and more.
- Nautic Food Plaza: Culinary experiences in a tasting zone of marine produce and more.
- Fun Beach: Activities to discover and dive into the world of nautical sports, like wind-sailing, paddle surfing, kayaking, flyboarding, and more.
- OneOcean Club: Features a restaurant and terrace-café. It's a meeting point for business people, sportsmen and women, and sailing enthusiasts.
- Nit de la Nàutica: Music, tastings and many nocturnal activities come together for a unique experience.
Water sports in Barcelona
Barcelona is coastal city, so one thing it's known for is its water sports. The Catalan capital has a multitude of aquatic activities you can try for all ages and skills. You can try new sensations like flyboarding, flyfishing, speedboating, jet skiing and even parasailing. More calm sports include diving, paddling or a day out on a catamaran.
For those who want to practise water sports on a regular basis, visit the Municipal Nautical Centre of Barcelona that's just between Bogatell and Mar Bella beaches. This venue has boat rentals, sailing courses and even birthday celebration experiences. There is windsurfing, paddling, catamarans, kayaks and many more. To obtain more information, visit their website.
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