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China (Xiamen) International Boat Show, 4-7 November 2011

by China (Xiamen) International Boat Show 2011 on 9 Aug 2011
’Yacht Babe’ at China (Xiamen) International Boat Show China (Xiamen) International Boat Show
2011 will see the third China (Xiamen) International Boat Show, a 'wonderful experience for both boat industries and consumers. The excellent environment and innovative exhibition modes have drawn attention from boat industries, service industry, consumers and expert home and abroad and nurtured the influence of Xiamen boat show. This has facilitated numerous famous brands to join Chinese market and offer an enabling platform for emerging enterprises in China'.

Theme for 2011 will be 'Yacht - A New Marine Leisure Fashion'. CXIBS will carry forward the water-land characteristics and a series of relevant theme events are to be organized, the charm and splendour of this show will definitely bring you a boat-featured visual feast. The 2011 event will improve all-around on the basis of the previous version. More than 150 exhibitors and 200 VIPs are expected to attend the event and the number of vessels will exceed 300.

Highlights
1. Exhibition Zone with nearly 300 berths to create the largest maritime boat exhibition in China.
2. 200 VIPs - potential buyers with assets of 500 million (RMB) will come to Xiamen International Boat Show 2011.
3. It is the first time to break the Taiwan Strait political block and invite VIPs to take yacht return trip from Wuyuan Bay to Kinmen and travel around the Kinmen Island.



Events
1. Opening Ceremony
2. Yacht Cruise
3. Forum
4. Welcome Banquet
5. Celebrity Cocktail Party
6. Awarding Ceremony of J-80 Asian Cup Sailing Challenge
7. Yacht Babe Competition
8. Yacht Photography Competition
9. Yacht Wedding Show
10. Test Drive (including one-day yacht return trip to Kinmen)

Inquiry phone +86 592 557 1852
Website: www.xmboatshow.com
SOURCE: China (Xiamen) International Boat Show 2011

Location: Xiamen Marina at Wuyuan Bay, Xiamen

Hosted by: Xiamen Municipal Government and the China Association of the National Shipbuilding Industry

Organisers:
China Boat Industry & Trade Association
Xiamen Road & Bridge Construction Group Co., Ltd
Xiamen Association of Yacht Industry

Co-organizers:
Fujian Association of Shipbuilding Industry
Xiamen General Chamber of Commerce
Xiamen Media Group
Xiamen Daily

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