Nautic, salon nautique de Paris

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Halls 2.2, 2.3, 3 et 4: discover all the "motor" worlds

4 exhibition halls, 2.2, 2.3, 3 and 4, bring together all the "motor" worlds: semi-rigid, rigid hulls, motorists, water scooters, jet skis and trailers. All activities will be featured: from cruising to day trips, from fishing to wakeboarding and not to mention the new water "toys"!

On nearly 60,000 m², come and meet the most beautiful French, Italian, American, English or German brands, not to mention the Eastern European shipyards. More than 450 boats are showcased. Yachts over 50 feet, day-boats, fishing boats, semi-rigid boats with sleek designs, wakeboard and water ski boats... 


Halls 2.2 and 2.3

Halls 2.2 and 2.3 will welcome you to kick off your visit of the motor worlds. You will find the engine manufacturers and their latest innovations: jet boats and other watercraft devices that you will find tomorrow on the water!

You will also find a wide range of semi-rigid boats as well as a fishing area with various activities. 


Halls 3 and 4

Halls 3 and 4 offer a very wide range of semi-rigid and rigid hulls, with a direct path from Hall 3 to Hall 4.

An exhibition area for old boats with auction sessions will be displayed.

The Nautic wishes to make water sports accessible to new practitioners and visitors. In this context, the LOA (lease with option to purchase) financing solution, which is common in the car sector in particular, is highlighted through a dedicated area in Hall 4

About ten motor boats, with a size between 5 and 10 meters, will be displayed in this area. Counsellors will also be available to answer your questions and provide guidance.


Cancellation of the Nautic 2020

Dear exhibitors,

It is with great disappointment that we have to confirm the cancellation of the Nautic 2020. You will find the official press release (in French) online.

We have worked to the end to obtain permission to hold a show that meets the expectations and needs of as many people as possible, including visitors. Many of you supported us during this process and we sincerely thank you for it.

Our entire team will remain focused on the months to come, and then those that will lead us to the Nautic 2021, the one, we hope, of the post-Covid era.

Beyond the job of event organiser, we know that we share with many of you a passion for the sea and its activities, which are an essential part of our lives. So... see you soon!

The Nautic Paris Boat Show team