The Deutsche Yachten working group will once again have a large joint stand at boot Düsseldorf.
When boot Düsseldorf opens the doors to its 16 exhibition halls from January 20 to 28, 2023, the Deutsche Yachten working group will once again be represented with a large joint stand. Numerous members from all segments of megayacht production will be presenting themselves in Hall 7a. The range of services offered by Deutsche Yachten members extends from yacht design and interior outfitting to the possibility of realizing large individual constructions in Germany, chartering them out or insuring them.
The stand will feature smaller and larger presentations by members and offer many areas for networking; an interactive display will also demonstrate the wide-ranging expertise of the working group.
Claus-Ehlert Meyer, Managing Director of Deutsche Yachten, is already looking forward to the world’s largest indoor water sports exhibition: “Yachting is a people business and our stand offers the best opportunities for an initial exchange or even more in-depth meetings. In Düsseldorf, we can also show on a large area what yacht building in Germany is all about – namely the highest quality, state-of-the-art solutions and sophisticated special products and solutions. The ‘Made in Germany’ seal is in high demand in the yacht industry worldwide.”
The Deutsche Yachten stand has a total area of a good 400 square meters and can therefore definitely be described as the center of Hall 7a. Meyer: “We are both a B2B and a B2C contact point. Owners mingle with designers, shipyard representatives and suppliers. That’s what makes this Deutsche Yachten presence so interesting and also very successful for the most of our members.”
Between 200,000 and 250,000 visitors are expected at boot 2024, up to 25 percent of whom will be coming from abroad. 23 percent of visitors are traveling to Düsseldorf with a concrete interest in buying, and a further 16 percent with a planned purchase. According to a recent survey, 15 percent of all visitors are interested in superyachts.