Balance of the Virtual Valencia Boat Show

Balance of the Virtual Valencia Boat Show

The first most virtual boat show in the world, Virtual Valencia Boat Show, managed to attract, between October 28 and November 1, 143,723 visits, of which 21,311 have been unique users from five continents, a figure that the organizers qualify as “very positive”, taking into account the innovation that this event format represents for a sector such as nautical.

It has managed to bring the entire sector together in one place thanks to the implementation of 360º technology, and for five days it has held online meetings with the participation of the main players in the sailing and nautical world.

The platform remains open to visitors throughout the year, with a wide range of new boats, engines, accessories and nautical services from the main brands in the sector.

The Valencian Boat Show, in its digital edition, has received 60% international visitors and 40% national visitors.

The ranking of countries of origin of visits is led by Spain with 40% of the total, followed by the United States with 15%, the United Kingdom with 6.42%, France with 6.18%, Russia with 4, 14%, Italy with 3.87% and Greece with 2.32%.

The most visited stands during the five days of the event have been that of the firm specialized in galvanic corrosion products, Zineti, by Interwimer, Beneteau Motor, by SportNautic, De Antonio Yachts, North Sails and Rodman.

The boats that have received the most visits have been the Beneteau Flyer 6 Space Deck, Beneteau 30.1 and the De Antonio D28.

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