Turkey the country with the longest coastline in the Mediterranean Sea has taken great steps in marine business in recent years…

Dear Sea Lovers,

Turkey, the country with the longest coastline in the Mediterranean Sea, has taken great steps in marine business in recent years. The rise in the number of marinas, facilitation of transition from foreign flag to Turkish flag, importance attached to water sports, water festivals increasing day by day are some of the major steps we took towards becoming a marine country…

In our country surrounded by the sea on its three sides, increasing interest in boat, yacht and water sports not only by the residents of the cities on the coastline but also the other people residing interior regions is a source of pride and pleasure for the industry.

CNR Eurasia Boat Show organized with the aim of bringing our citizens to a well-deserved status in maritime, spreading use of boats and yachts and contributing to Turkish economy has gained an international status and become one of the best worldwide. This is an outcome of common efforts by CNR and DENTUR (Turkish Marine Industry Association).

The 7th of CNR Eurasia Boat Show will take place at CNR EXPO and hosts more than 1,000 brands. Small, medium and mega class boats, yachts, motor boats and sailboats will be meeting its fans.

More than a total of 100 thousand visitors are expected to visit the fair, including the foreigners invited within the scope of purchase committee program in coordination with T.R. Ministry of Finance. The objective of the fair is to introduce Turkish marine business which ranks the third in manufacture of mega yachts to the markets of Turkic Republics, the Middle East, Gulf Region and Arabian Spring. Many industry professionals from Italy, the Netherlands, England and France will witness the innovations and launches in the business for the first time at CNR Eurasia Boat Show.

Installed by a giant team of more than 2,000 people employed in logistics, technical, support and booth services, CNR Eurasia Boat Show adds a value of 1 billion dollars to the marine industry.