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The International Multihull Show of la Grande Motte 2024

 

Since 2016 and year after year, we have been present at the International Multihull Show as Multihull Friendly Marinas. We present ourselves as a group of marinas capable of hosting multihull vessels because we adapt to overcome logistical challenges and technical understanding.

This entity was born from three pioneering ports: Club Nàutic Estartit, Port Ginesta, and Sant Carles Marina. Over time, it has gradually incorporated new members like Marina de Odiel and Marina Cambrils, aimed at charter boats

 

 

 

An opportunity for the nautical industry

 

The International Multihull Show stands out as an essential market for the nautical industry. This event generates significant sales and orders for both national and international boat builders and equipment suppliers.

This year, with a particularly favorable climate, more than 50% of the attendees were international visitors. This data underscores, once again, the global reach of the event and highlights the great interest in the luxury and sustainable nautical sector.

Caroline Popovici, the new director of the show, emphasizes the increasing quality of the attendees and the diversity and innovation of the products offered, all oriented towards the preservation of the marine environment.

 

 

A successful 15th edition and plans for adjustments for 2025

 

The 15th edition of the International Multihull Show has been distinguished by the transition and collaboration with local actors. It has been a strategic movement respectful of the event’s legacy.

In April 2025, the Fédération des Industries Nautiques will experience a month full of activity. The 16th edition of the International Multihull Show will be held in La Grande Motte and the debut of Nautic en Seine. Therefore, a new chapter in the nautical history of France will be marked.

This renewed dynamism will be presented at the FIN’s press conference in September and will promise a wave of new features for the sector.

 

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