Boat shows and events

The Helsinki International Boat Show opens the boating season and shows the way

The Helsinki International Boat Show, held annually in February, is by far the most extensive and at the same time the most important review of the offer of the coming season in our country. The boat fair attracts about 70,000 visitors to the halls. Thus, as an annual event, it is almost the largest of the exhibitions held at the Helsinki Fair Center.

Vene Båt – tapahtuman järjestäjä on Helsingin Messukeskus toimeksiantajanaan Venealan Keskusliitto Finnboat ry. Tapahtuma täyttää Messukeskuksen kaikki hallit ja esittele vuosittain lähes 600 venettä seitsemässä hallissa. Mukana venemessuilla ovat luonnollisesti myös moottorit ja tarvikkeet sekä lukuisa määrä oheistapahtumia ja seminaareja.

Vene 24 Båt järjestetään Helsingin Messukeskuksessa 9.-18.2.2024 lisätietoja #venemessut

The in-water show boosting fall sales

UIVA has almost constantly increased its number of visitors since the first show in 1978 and is today the largest in-water boat show in the Nordic countries. In 2022, the exhibition featured more than 250 boats and 2,800 m2 of land sections, and a total of over 12,100 visitors visited the exhibition.

Helsingin Uivan Venenäyttelyn järjestää Finnboat yhteistyökumppaninaan Helsingfors Segelklubb ry. Uiva 2023 Flytande järjestetään 15.-18.8.2024.
Finnboat members receive a 25% discount on seat rent.

Finnboat active in international boat shows

The development of export operations is one of the most important tasks of Finnboat and the Finnish Boat Industry Association. The Industry Association has an export management team, which annually determines the types of projects to be carried out together. As a rule, they perform together at international boat fairs. Inquiries about export projects

In addition to participating in trade fairs, we coordinate joint publications, joint advertisement and public relations. Our member companies also make joint market research trips to different target countries.

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