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29 Augustus - 3 September 2017   10:00 - 18:00AMSTERDAM MARINA
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Most complete in-water boat show

The HISWA Amsterdam in-water Boat Show, which takes place from 29 August to 3 September 2017, confirms its position as the most comprehensive show of its kind in Northern Europe. Around 250 new boats from Dutch and international yards are expected at the docks of the Amsterdam Marina close to the city centre. Nowhere else in Europe you can find such a complete overview of Dutch yachtbuilders.

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  • HISWA in-water boat show The best day out for watersport fans 01.08.2017The HISWA in-water Boat Show, which takes place from 29 August to 3 September 2017, offers a wide range of exciting...
  • HISWA in-water Boat Show, held in Amsterdam, moves to Lelystad in 201828.06.2017The HISWA in-water Boat Show will move to the Bataviahaven event marina in Lelystad in 2018. The decision follows a...
premieres  to premieres  
  • Van den HovenExecutive 1850
  • Fontaine PajotSaona 47
  • Lillebror65
  • Pieterman SloepCabin
  • Interboat6.5
  • BoarncruiserElegance 1360 - Sedan/Long Top
  • Serious YachtsBrightly 1530
  • DOMANISportyacht
  • Marex375
  • Steeler YachtsNG50S
  • BoarncruiserElegance 1500 - Center Sleeper
  • VanVossenTender 800 Sport
  • PTS 31PTS 31
  • North-Line50
  • Garcia Exploration 52
  • Linssen YachtsGrand Sturdy 35.0 AC
  • Keizer42
  • NoblesseCruiser42 AK
  • Bosten Whaler170 Montauk
  • Sea RaySundancer 320
  • Hartman YachtsLivingstone 24

Dozens of world, European and Dutch premieres are presented at our boat show. You could count on a broad variety of the latest models of Dutch and European yacht builders.

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Combine
the boat show with a visit to Amsterdam. The (free) ferry will bring you across the IJ from the NDSM wharf to the Central Station. From there you will find many opportunities for shopping, museums, tours, etc.

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