In celebration of its 10th anniversary, Beirut Boat 2017 is setting up a one-of-a-kind show over the course of five days, blending supreme luxury with exhilarating escapades.
The event will feature an exquisite superyacht display and will host some of the most renowned international yachting companies, superyacht builders and designers, nautical suppliers, brokerage houses and refit shipyards.
This year the show is extending its luxury motif to include couture fashion, refined jewelry, and extravagant automobiles. A high-fashion catwalk, as well as a sophisticated jewelry and luxury car display, will be among the major attractions.
Get ready to meet elite clientele and maritime enthusiasts that enjoy an impressive purchasing power to strike your next big deal, and network with your target contacts in a laid back atmosphere on the decks or at the dedicated VIP lounge.
For those seeking an action-packed experience, Beirut Boat 2017 will debut a series of marine activities featuring a variety of thrilling water sports, including Water Skiing, Wind Surfing, Kiteboarding, Parasailing, Flyboarding, among others.
This is a great opportunity for sports equipment providers to sponsor this section of the show. Your brand will gain superb exposure among thousands of visitors that are expected to attend.
Beirut Boat 2014 Figures
The region’s most coveted meeting place for VIPs, Luxury yacht owners, marine sports enthusiasts and key players in the marine industry, from the Middle East and the world at large, welcomed 21,000 visitors and over 100 exhibitors across a showcase of 200 brands.
“Beirut Boat reaffirms Beirut’s significance on the international scene and represents a testimony of trust in the resources and potentials of our capital. We all know that Beirut enjoys a heritage of naval tradition, modern infrastructure, and an exceptional geographical location. All these factors combined in making the city an excellent venue to host such an exceptional event as the Beirut Boat. New harbors are, moreover, being developed in order to endorse Lebanon’s position on the map of luxury boat harbors in the region.”
Mr. Michel Pharaon, Minister of Tourism