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About CIBS
CIBS is the most comprehensive and longest established boat & yacht event in China, bringing together more than 35,000 visitors and over 600 exhibitors from all over the world, along with 5 national pavilions, providing access to the whole industrial supply chain, from 72 countries and regions. It is the best professional platform for marine industry leaders and enthusiasts to meet, network, source new suppliers, build relationships with existing partners and shape the future of the boating industry.
International Networking Platform to Stay Connected with the Whole Industry
CIBS promises to be a leading platform for the entire water sports and eco-tourism sectors, offering exhibitors the highest quality and value, with the opportunity to demonstrate their products and services to an expected audience of 40,000 from over 70 countries around the world in 2019.
 
Notes from Our Exhibitors
"The first time I personally came to Shanghai for the boat show, It was 10 years ago and this is my first time back after 10 years. And it’s unbelievable how much the show has developed and how big and professional it has become. I think it’s really a statement on the interest in boating and how it’s growing in China."
 

- John Pfeifer
Mercury Marine, President

"CIBS is like an old friend to Garmin. As we value China market very much, CIBS is the best platform for Garmin to showcase our latest technology and products to domestic yacht lovers, and also a bridge that connects industry professionals with users which greatly helps us to build our brand and promote our products effectively. "

-Tan Qi
GARMIN, Regional Sales Manager of
Asia Pacific Marine Group

"CIBS is obviously the longest standing boat show in China, we participated this show since the very first day. It is playing a very important role to grow the boating industry chain in China. We wish CIBS a long future, and for sure we will stay and we are committed to grow with CIBS.
 

--Thibaut de Montvalon
Beneteau, Executive Director of
Asia Pacific