The inaugural edition of Abu Dhabi International Boat Show (ADIBS) 2018, organised by the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (Adnec), ended on a high.
The four-day event attracted 21,123 local, regional and international visitors, who saw a display of the latest luxury yachts, leisure marine equipment and fishing equipment. A total of 270 exhibitors from 25 countries, as well as local manufacturers of luxury yachts, took part in the event.
The inaugural edition of the Abu Dhabi International Boat Show (ADIBS) 2018, hosted and organised by Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (ADNEC), continued to attract an increasing number of visitors for the third day in a row with local, regional and international visitors.
The success of the inaugural edition of the Abu Dhabi International Boat Show comes as no surprise, considering the substantial interest since it was first announced. ADIBS18 provides visitors the chance to witness the launch of an exciting portfolio of regional and international industry launches.
The inaugural edition of the Abu Dhabi International Boat Show (ADIBS), hosted and organised by Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Company (Adnec), will kick off tomorrow and run up to October 20.
The event is expected to attract as many as 20,000 local, regional and international visitors and provide a window into the fascinating leisure marine heritage of Abu Dhabi.
Visitors can look forward to a “uniquely Abu Dhabi experience”, where state-of-the-art luxury superyachts will be displayed side by side with traditional fishing boats, abras, and a wide range of leisure marine and fishing equipment.
The Lagoon team is delighted to inform you that the 40 and 50 have been selected to compete for the “Best Boats 2019” award organised by SAIL magazine, a specialist in the sailing lifestyle. SAIL’s editorial mission is to inspire, educate and entertain sailors from all walks of life. This famous American magazine is known for its global vision of leisure sailing, from cruising to racing, including ocean racing!
You can find the 40 in the “Cruising multihulls from 31 to 40 feet” category and the 50 in the “Cruising multihulls from 41 to 50 feet” category.
For the list of competitors, click here. The participants’ fate is now in the hands of a judging panel of professionals from SAIL magazine. They will announce the winners in the December issue!