Nautic, salon nautique de Paris

Why be an exhibitor

From 7 to 15 December 2019, you can be part of this key event, which turns Paris into France's largest port for nine days!

Take part in the Nautic Paris Boat Show and join the 825 exhibitors who welcomed the 204,000 visitors who visited 95,000 m² of exhibitions in 5 halls during the last edition.

See the testimonies of our exhibitors

(from the IBI - International Boat Industry leaflet)

 

See our 2019 booklet

Exhibit at the Nautic

 

WE OFFER YOU :

  1. 1. A national and international influence
  2. 204,000 visitors, 53% from Paris area, 41% from the French other regions and 6% from abroad

  3. 2. Top-quality visitors with considerable buying power
  4. 46% of the visitors are executives, company directors or members of the liberal professions

  5. 3. The trade show's long-standing reputation
  6. 59th edition in 2019

  7. 4. Wide media coverage and numerous well-known partners
  8. > More than 1,500 press articles and nearly 30 hours of TV/radio (France and abroad)*
  9. See all Nautic media partners

 

YOU WILL BE ABLE TO :

  • Generate immediate revenue by making sales at the Show,
  • Capture leads to feed your order book after the show,
  • Meet a highly qualified customer base,
  • Introduce your new products to the public and the press,
  • Benefit from a special promotion campaign all year round, on our website and social media...
  • Take advantage of the media coverage of the Show: billboards, television, radio, newspapers, websites.
  • Establish your visibility at one of the market-leading events.

Exhibit at the Nautic

 

*OJS 2018 numbers (French office for trade shows statistics)

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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.