Split – Croatia Boat Show
For all those to whom boats are their favourite means of transportation, and sailing an overt passion, the Croatia Boat Show is an unavoidable event.

Year after year it attracts all domestic and foreign companies and boat constructors who show their products – floating vessels of all kinds and sizes and sailing equipment. Apart from giving you insight into all details concerning vessels and sailing, the show also gives you a chance to find out all about nautical tourism offerings and tours.

Apart from being a member of the International Federation of Boat Show Organisers (IFBSO), the 12th Annual Croatia Boat Show, to be held between April 10th and 18th, welcomes its exhibitors, sponsors and other partners with a special certificate of its organisational excellence – the Croatian Superbrand certificate.

The sight of hundreds of boats tied in front of the fascinating backdrop of the Diocletian's Palace has gone around the world and promoted Croatia in the best way possible as a unique nautical tourist destination. The natural beauties and cultural heritage of the coast and islands are all the more reason for a spring visit to Split, and it is precisely because of the Croatia Boat Show that the list of the foreign Split enthusiasts is getting increasingly longer.

During the show, between April 16th and 18th, the 8th season of the World Powerboat Championship, the 'Powerboat P1', will begin with a race in the waters in front of Split. The championship is a unique combination of sports, glamour and entertainment, held for the very first time in Croatia. It has been confirmed that this most prestigious competition on water will be held in Croatia until 2012.

18 teams will train and compete in the Brač canal, and one of them will for the first time win the Grand Prix Croatia of the Sea trophy. The «pits» will be located next to the Split waterfront where visitors will be able to view the powerboats until the day of the race, and at the same time enjoy in an entertainment programme, including concerts, DJ performances, award games, driving in a race car simulator and various other promotional activities.

8,000 fans from all over the world will watch the spectacle live, and 40 million viewers around the world via a television broadcast.

Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board

City of Split Tourist Board

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