What do visitors like most about the first digital boat show, the only one where you can go boating all the time, even in the COVID era?
The 230,000 people who have already visited Milan Yachting Week – The digital boat show in the first four months since it opened, have wandered among 70 booths visiting 690,000 products of all kinds: boats, accessories, electronics, services, tourism.
450,000 visits aboard 180 boats
But one of the areas of the digital show most appreciated by visitors to Milan Yachting Week is definitely the harbor. In fact, the two ports.
In fact, our digital boat show has two ports, the one for sailboats and the one for powerboats.
They like it, and a lot, the Milan Yachting Week port, where as many as 180 boats are already moored. And new models are arriving every day. The liking is shown by the data. Of the 690,000 products visited, 65 percent were boat visits. This means that 450,000 people virtually boarded the 180 boats on the water. All without assemblage problems, thanks to digital!
Boats of all sizes and for all budgets in the powerboat harbor where there is a unique choice for everyone. They range from the smallest boat, Vergaplast’s 2.20-meter tender to the 40-meter superyacht, the
Sunseeker 131 Yacht.
There is another reason in the success of port visits to Milan Yachting Week-the world’s best shipyards are present.
Any names? Prestigious brands such as Amel, Grand Soleil, Pardo, Franchini, Sunseeker, Sacs, Fjord, Sealine, Pirelli, Nautor’s Swan, Hallberg Rassy, Hanse, Beneteau, Dufour, Solaris. Just to name a few.
And then at Milan Yachting Week there is something you don’t expect at a boat show, the most famous and beloved boat of Italians, Luna Rossa. You can follow the America’s Cup races live whenever you want.
Have a good visit to the port of Milan Yachting Week!