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The 2014 Eurasia Boat Show started in Istanbul

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The 2014 CNR Eurasia Boat Show, said to be the world’s second biggest boat show held on land, is taking place February 15-24 at the CNR exhibition centre in Istanbul, Turkey.

boatshowThe 10-day event, which is expected to attract 100,000 visitors, showcases around 400 companies representing nearly 1,000 brands over an 85,000 sqm area. Small, medium and mega class boats, yachts, motor boats and sailboats is meeting its fans at CNR.

Some of the brands include Fairline, Princess, Beneteau, Jeanneau, Dufour, Azimut, Azuree, Hanse, Sense, Euphoria, Bavaria, Nautique, Numarine and more.

Installed by a giant team of more than 2,000 people employed in logistics, technical, support and booth services, CNR Eurasia Boat Show adds a value of 1 billion dollars to the marine industry.

The CNR Eurasia Boat Show has become a member of the International Federation for Boat Show Organisers (IFBSO) and has registered its place in the International Council of Marine Industry Associations (ICOMIA) as one of the leading boat shows worldwide.
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