Nautic, salon nautique de Paris

 

UPDATE April 26: if you want to exhibit at the 2019 Nautic Paris Boat Show, you have until April 30 to get a chance to have a better location than your competitors in front of our 200,000+ visitors. Just complete your application form now.

And to stand out from the crowd, take advantage of our powerful communication tools. Limited number, so be sure to be among the first!

Are you hesitating to join us? Our exhibitors are still the ones who talk best about the show and know what their participation brings them. Read their testimonies.

Complete your 2019 application form

Maximize your exposure at the Show

 

Exhibit at the Nautic

The Nautic offers you the opportunity to participate in the must-attend event for water sports enthusiasts. Be part of the new momentum of the Show: an exhibition that takes place over 9 days in 6 exhibition halls!

Match your business image with the image of the Nautic and build on our powerful media coverage.

Complete your 2019 application form

Read the testimonies of our exhibitors

(from the IBI - International Boat Industry leaflet)

 

See our 2019 booklet 

Our 2019 Communication Tools 

 

Once the application form has been completed, all you have to do is to send it back to us by email or by Post with your stamp and signature.

Do not hesitate to contact the sales representative in your area if you have any questions about procedures and registrations.

(* The application form is interactive (on PC/MAC). In order to make the automatic calculations work, please save the pdf file on your hard disk and open it with Adobe Acrobat (Reader, DC or Pro) and not through your web browser). 

 

Complete list of 2019 documents:

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How to get to the Nautic during the transportation strikes in Paris?

Many solutions are offered by RATP (the parisian public transportation system) and its partners, including free carpooling and special rates on VTCs (up to 50% discount) and self-service electric cars/scooters or bicycles.

Find more information and real-time traffic on the Paris Info website or in the RATP Traffic News section.