The return of the nautical industry to the Venetian Arsenal.
The third edition of the Venice Boat Show was held this year also as part of the Arsenal, the ancient boatyard of the Serenissima. After nine intense days, the Venice Boat Show 2022 ended its third edition with over 30,000 visitors, proving the city’s important role in major nautical exhibitions, which is the benchmark between the Adriatic Sea and the entire Eastern Mediterranean. which extends to Istanbul. The fair was entirely dedicated to the art of boatbuilding, among yachts, super yachts, water activities, exhibitions and regattas.
We can confirm with certainty that the Venice Boat Show was a success, as evidenced by the figures of 300 ships, 200 exhibitors, 402 accredited journalists and more than 50 cultural and in-depth events, including conferences and talk shows, most of which are dedicated to sustainability, marine health and new electric and hybrid propulsion systems.
The participation of the Monachus Yachts boatyard at the Venice Boat Show and the previously announced world premiere of the Monachus 70 Fly model, proved to be a great decision.
The brand new 21.5m yacht, designed in a unique Mediterranean lobster style, left no one indifferent, and the impressive bow and elegance of the interior further stirred up emotions and reactions from observers and clients alike. Thanks to this international nautical fair, we got in touch with new clients and distributors, and thus further expanded our activities in the nautical market.
The meeting and joint participation of our Monachus Yachts dealers from Italy, Slovenia, Russia and Croatia also contributed to a positive business atmosphere, which greatly means for the future of our brand. Also, a big thank to the entire production team of Monachus Yachts, who provided great support with their arrival at the fair.
During the nine days of the fair, we were visited by teams from various nautical magazines and web portals, who did not want to miss the premiere of Monachus 70 Fly;
- Yachts Croatia – “Yachting & Lifestyle Magazine on the Adriatic”
- Croatia Yachting Review – “English-Croatian nautical manual”
- Nautika Serbia – “Specialized magazine and TV show that follows news from the world of nautical.”
- Navtika Slovenia – “The first and most read Slovenian nautical magazine.”
- More – “More magazine has been the leading nautical magazine in Croatia.”
- INautia – “New and used boats, boats for sale, used catamarans, yachts, inflatable boats, …”
- Daily Nautica – “News on online pleasure boating in Liguria: news, curiosities, itineraries …”