The Austrian Boat Show / Boot Tulln is the annual meeting place for Austria’s water sports enthusiasts just before the start of the season. 360 exhibitors present a complete cross-section of the world of water sports. SeaHelp will also be there again and will be presenting its complete range of services at its stand in Hall 6 until Sunday, March 5. Vorbeischauen is worthwhile itself: New members save ten per cent on the fair!
Europe’s largest breakdown and recovery service for recreational boating for assistance in non-life-threatening situations, SeaHelp, is traditionally represented again with its own stand at the Boot Tulln in Hall 6 / Stand 652. “We are very pleased that the Austrian Boat Show is finally taking place again and will be presenting our entire range of services at the Austrian trade fair in the heart of Europe until Sunday, March 5”, says SeaHelp Managing Director Wolfgang Dauser.
“Currently there are 31 bases across Europe with 34 powerful and specially equipped operational boats: on the German Baltic coast, in Croatia, Slovenia, on the Italian Adriatic coast, on the Balearic Islands, on the Costa Brava, in the Netherlands and on Lake Garda”, says Wolfgang Dauser.
Also at the booth at Boot Tulln: Legal tips for SeaHelp members by attorney Florian Dauser LL.M.
Competent expert advice on all cruising grounds, SeaHelp bases and all matters relating to recreational boating will be on offer, he said, as will the latest SeaHelp Insurance products.
In addition, at the fair in Tulln, the lawyer Florian Dauser LL.M. will be available at the SeaHelp booth for information and questions from members. Florian Dauser works as a lawyer at the top Viennese law firm Fellner Wratzfeld und Partner (fwp), specializes in ships and yachts and has already written several articles on legal topics in water sports for Sea-Help.
Welcome promotion for new members: visit booth at Austrian Boat Show, become a member, save ten percent!
Anyone who decides to take out a SeaHelp membership at the show and visits the SeaHelp booth in Hall 6 until Sunday, March 5, will save a whopping ten percent on their annual membership fee. In addition, visitors to the Boat Show can have the hot-off-the-press SeaHelp magazine handed out free of charge directly at the booth – packed with useful information and news about yachting 2023.
Info Boat Tulln:
Opening hours: still until Sunday, March 5, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day.
Admission prices: adults: 14 euros, senior citizens and students card: 12 euros, youth card (6-15 years): 3 euros, children up to six years: free admission, group ticket (from 20 pers.): per person 12 euros.
Location: Exhibition grounds Tulln.
What can be found where?
Hall 3: Motorboats, motor yachts and electric boats.
Hall 4: Tourism and charter, sailing competence center of the Austrian Boat Show.
Hall 5: Sailing Competence Center of the Austrian Boat Show
Hall 4, 5 and 6: Nautical accessories
Hall 6: SeaHelp booth no. 652, Stand Up Paddling and Windsurfing, competence center for canoe, kayak, Canadian and rowing boats.
Hall 8: diving sports with diving tower
Hall 10: Sailing yachts and sailboats.
More info and discounted tickets at: www.boot-tulln.at