10th International Multihull Boat ShowCelebrating 10 years of the International Multihull Boat Show in La Grande Motte (Hérault) from 24 April to 28 April 2019!
The Boat Show opens the new spring season, welcoming boating enthusiasts and market stakeholders to sunny Provence in southern France.
This exclusively multihull show will be exhibiting over 60 boats this year, many of which are being presented internationally for the first time: Aventura 44, Bali 4.3 MY, CK64, LAGOON 46, Sunreef 50 Sailing, and more.
An adjacent onshore exhibiting space will be hosting all those involved in the sector such as equipment suppliers, outfitters, boat hire companies, sailmakers, carriers, insurance and banking companies, etc.
The NV team is looking forward to participating in the show, an opportunity to meet its French and international clients, identify new market trends, and discover all the novelties and new releases, inspiring us for the designs of our future products.
A continuously evolving market
The Boat Show organisers reveal that "the multihull sector is benefiting from a surge in popularity, with an annual global production of approximately 1000 to 1200 units, distributed between sailing boats (85%) and motor boats (15%). This market is strongly represented by French boat building companies including Lagoon, Fountaine Pajot, the Catana Groupe, Nautitech, Outremer, Privilège, Marsaudon and Neel".
The success of the multihull is rooted in its own design concept: offering large dimensions, comfortable on-board living space, and exceptional light. Yachtsmen and tourists are increasingly opting for multihull boat hire solutions which is contributing to the current market boom.
Novelties for 2019
The Second-hand multihull boat show in Martinique
The first "MARTINIQUE BOAT SHOW" will be held from 16 to 19 May 2019. In partnership with the Martinique Boat Show, the Second-hand Multihull Boat Show in Martinique will take place simultaneously, from 16 to 19 May 2019, at the Etang Z’Abricots Marina, with more than 30 wet dock exhibition spaces.