Boot Düsseldorf 2024 – Everything you need to know about the upcoming boat show


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Boot 2024 - What the Düsseldorf Boat Show will look like.
Boot 2024 – What the Düsseldorf Boat Show will look like.

We are less than 20 days away from Boot Düsseldorf 2024, one of the most visited boat shows in the world, where various shipyards present their new products and new boats ahead of next summer. When will the fair be held this year and what are the opening hours? How will the pavilions be organized and how much does it cost to enter? More importantly, what boats will be there?

Boot 2024 – Düsseldorf Boat Show – Useful Information

The next Boot Düsseldorf, the one in 2024, will beedition number 55 of one of the most important international boat shows. This year’s fair will be held as usual in Germany at the Messe, the Düsseldorf exhibition center located on the Rhine, which is very convenient to reach by city public transportation from both the airport and the German city’s train station. If, on the other hand, you want to reach the Messe by car and motorcycle, you can see here what parking options are listed on the fair’s website. There are also options for charging electric vehicles directly in the Messe parking lot.

The Boot will be open to the public for a total of nine days, from Saturday, Jan. 20 to Sunday, Jan. 28, with the following opening hours:

  • 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for visitors
  • 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. for exhibitors

As every year, the fair will not only be dedicated to boats. In fact, the Boot Düsseldorf exhibition area includes sports such as surfing and related (windsurfing, wingfoil…) paddle sports (kayaking, canoeing…) tourism, accessories and clothing. This year’s Messe area will include 17 halls for the Boot, divided into nine different thematic areas:

  • Motor Boats
  • Sailing Boats
  • Super Yachts
  • Super Boats
  • Engines, Accessories and Equipment
  • Diving
  • Travel and Tourism
  • Surf Sports
  • Paddle Sports

To access Boot Düsseldorf you have to buy a ticket, either on the fair’s website or directly at Messe, for 21 euros for 1 day or 36 euros for two days. You can purchase your ticket to visit Boot Düsseldorf by clicking here. You can buy a reduced ticket for 14 euros for children over 13, students, pensioners and people over 65, disabled people (with free accompanying person) and Düsselpass holders. Children 7 to 12 years old pay 9 euros for admission, children under 7 years old get in free. Interestingly, it is possible to visit the fair withafternoon admission, valid from 2 to 6 p.m., at a price of 12 euros.

What boats will be at the Düsseldorf Boat Show

At the Düsseldorf Boat Show several boats will debut as in all editions. In fact, the occasion of the German fair is among the favorite events to present new products to the market. Here are some of the boats that will debut at Boot Düsseldorf 2024.

Fairline Targa 40

Fairline Targa 40 - Underway
Fairline Targa 40 – Underway

The style of the Targa is one that is intended to combine elegance with contemporaneity, with modern, sporty lines and peculiarities that are highly valued by those who make cruise use. For example, we find a very spacious open cockpit, protected by hardtop and electric sunroof with retractable canvas; in the bow, on the other hand, very clean and essential large sunbathing areas dominate the scene

Windy Huracán 29

windy 29 Huracán
Windy 29 Huracán

In the bow is a cabin that from the renderings looks really quite voluminous with a double bed despite the fact that the boat maintains a sporty feel. There is also room, then, for a separate bathroom that also appears to be quite large. In such a small space, the shipyard and designer wanted to bring everything that people who go out to sea for a day or weekend are looking for.

Invictus TT420S

Invictus TT420S
Invictus TT420S

Lounge outdoor areas, soft and generous lines, refined deck spaces, and cabin interiors will remain present, as will the entire design signed by Christian Grande, but the stern lines and distribution of space will change, now varied by outboards, with over 1,000 horsepower aft and even more space on board.

Azimut Seadeck 6

he Seadeck 6 brings with it a philosophy that is as simple as it is clear: more space on board and lots of attention to the environment. Pivotal element at the experience level is the “back to nature,” i.e., contact with the sea with family cruising boat volumes and layouts.



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