- An extensive range of boats shorter than 10 metres
- A comprehensive selection of parts and accessories
- Knowledge and information transfer via lectures and demonstrations
- The latest developments and unique premiers
- A vibrant watersports feel and plenty of fun water-related activities
The layout of the exhibition will be even clearer as it will be arranged in eight worlds:
Construction, management, maintenance and preservation of classic and traditional vessels (previously the Classic Boat Show in Enkhuizen)
Special deck saloon yachts and motoryachts, the nominated vessels for the ‘HISWA Boat of the Year’ and unique premiers.
Everything involving fun sports such as wind and kite surfing, wakeboarding, canoeing and Stand Up Paddling (SUPing); with even more demo activities in and around the Water Fun Zone!
Large ‘shopping centre’ for direct sales, with a central catwalk for fashion shows and product presentations and lots of attractive exhibition offers; including the ‘shopping centre’ pavilion.
A wide range of keel boats, daysailers, leeboard boats, open trailer-transportable boats, catamarans and trimarans; including daysailer pavilion, open sailboat pavilion and sailing schools pavilion.
A varied range of launches, tenders, weekenders and trailers; including electric sailing pavilion.
A diverse offer of speed- and rubberboats, RIBs and outboard engines; including speedboat pavilion.
HISWA Parts & Accessories
Navigation, electronics, clothing, sails and deck fittings, inboard engines and maintenance; including maintenance pavilion and marina street.