Genoa Boat Show 2019: how to enter without a queue


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Genoa Boat Show
Genoa Boat Show

The 59th Genoa Boat Show, organised by UCINA Confindustria Nautica in Genoa from 19 to 24 September, is now available online. Tickets can be purchased online by credit card or by bank transfer on the site, at the cost of 15 euro (including presale rights). So you will avoid queues at the entrance, especially this year that the edition promises to be very crowded.


The Genoa Boat Show is a reference point for the entire pleasure boating sector in Europe and the Mediterranean. The 59th edition, which will see the exhibition area redesigned and innovated starting from the entrance with the installation “From shipyard to courtyard” by the architect Piero Lissoni, will celebrate the City of Boating.

For the second year in a row, the winning formula of a single container of four distinct areas has been confirmed: a multi-specialist exhibition that is an expression of excellence, with dedicated services to offer the best exhibition panorama in terms of layout and services to the public and exhibitors.

More than 1000 boats, almost 1000 exhibitors and a rich agenda of events that will be held in the UCINA Forum Room, at the Brietling Theatre, at the exhibitors’ stands and throughout the city, are ready to animate the 59th Boat Show.

The appointment is in Genoa. From 19 to 24 September.


From Thursday 19 September to Tuesday 24 September from 10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Piazzale Kennedy, 1 16129 Genoa (GE)

Sticket costs:
Online purchase: €15.00 including pre-sale right
Purchase at the ticket office on the day of the visit:
FULL PRICE €18,00 REDUCED* €15,00

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