The most important nautical fair in Slovenia, Internautica in Marina Portoroz, will be held again after a year’s break from May 18 to 22 ’23. SeaHelp will be there with its own booth, offering advice on all matters related to water sports. New members save ten percent.
The anticipation last year was great: finally once again a boat show as a presence event: the renowned Internautica in the Marina Portoroz should be held in May ’22 as a normal boat show with audience on site. SeaHelp had also planned to participate.
Then came the cancellation “due to the insufficient number of exhibitors and the lack of exhibition programs and content,” according to National Marine Association SIMA president and Internautica founder Jurij Korenc.
New attempt for traditional Adriatic boat show in May after a year’s forced break
There is now to be a new attempt this year for the important traditional Adriatic Boat Show. According to organizers, the 25th Internautica 2023 will run again as scheduled, from Thursday, May 18 (Ascension Day in Germany) to Monday, May 22.
The fair, which has an overwhelming influence on the regional recreational marine industry market, also plays a key role in promoting Slovenian tourism. “Internautica and Slovenian tourism complement each other perfectly,” says, for example, Borut Pahor, former president of the Republic of Slovenia, who is also honorary chairman of the Boat Show.
SeaHelp will be on site with its own booth, advising members and interested parties on all days of the show
SeaHelp staff will also be present during the show with its own booth at the Slovenian marina, which offers more than 1,000 berths in the water, on land and in halls, and is safe from winds from all directions in the sheltered bay of Piran. Portoroz is the southernmost marina on the Slovenian Adriatic and is just a few nautical miles from neighboring Croatia.
Among other things, the experts advise on the advantages of SeaHelp membership as well as the insurance cover for yachts with the favorable SeaHelp-Insurance and calculate premiums on request on site without obligation – from now on also with the new, so-called engine breakdown clause.
SeaHelp members will also have the opportunity at the show to have SeaHelp staff update or correctly install the handy App; it is important that the app’s user data show the currently valid membership card.
Those who decide to apply for SeaHelp membership at the show will save money: new members will receive a ten percent discount on their first annual membership fee. Who wants, takes itself one of the new, free SeaMagazines of SeaHelp along – plumply filled among other things with useful season info. over the water haven Croatia
Information on the 25th Internautica in the Marina Portoroz
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