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5th Adriatic Boat Show Opens

The 5th Adriatic Boat Show has opened for the first time in the Dalmatian town of Sibenik on Thursday.

The international nautical fair will gather again the leading players of the nautical industry in Croatia and the region in the historic harbor of the old Sibenik town, from 9 -12 May. Over 100 new and used boats will be exhibited during the 4-day show, including new models from Jeanneau, Beneteau, Grand Soleil, Salona and Delphia.

Local and international exhibitors will not only be displaying boats. There will also be nautical equipment, marine engines and outboard motors, sports clothing and footwear, fishing and diving equipment, used boats and equipment and insurance, leasing and finance information on offer during the show.

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