The Interboot starts in Friedrichshafen next Saturday, September 19th. This means that the opening of the European trade fair season is getting closer, after one fair after another with Cannes, LRochelle, METS and the Southampton Boat Show was canceled due to the corona pandemic.
The current situation should be countered with a sophisticated hygiene concept, special rules and sufficient distance. The focus is on security for visitors and the planned 200 or so exhibitors.
The hygiene concept of the fair includes the obligation to permanently wear a face-to-face mask in all areas, increased cleaning intervals for door handles, handrails and sanitary facilities as well as glass and plexiglass partitions in the service areas. Wide corridors and a wayfinding system with distance markings on the floor should also ensure that visitors are adequately protected.
You can read the full preview of the 59th Interboot Friedrichshafen including an overview of the boat innovations in the new YACHT 20/2020. The magazine is now available at the kiosk and in the Delius-Klasing-Shop or can be ordered directly here as a digital edition
OPENING HOURS Saturday, September 19 to Sunday, September 27, daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m
YACHT STAND The YACHT will be represented at the joint stand of Delius Klasing Verlag in Hall 3, Stand 307. This year, subscribers can again benefit from many attractive trade fair offers on site
ENTRY PRICES A day ticket costs 11 euros, reduced 9 euros. Due to the current situation, only dated online tickets are available for Interboot 2020; tickets are not sold at the ticket offices on site
DIRECTIONS Free bus connection between the city train station, the port train station (ferry terminal) and the exhibition cente