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METSTRADE 2015 Heading for Success

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Mestrade is looking forward to a full house, with 90% of floor space already booked at this stage.

With more than five months to go before the event opens its doors, some 1,200 companies have confirmed their stand for the METSTRADE Show 2015.

Based on the current rate of incoming applications, an increase of exhibitors is expected compared to the last edition.

With some 200 exhibitors, The SuperYacht Pavilion 2015 is nearly sold out and is promising to be a huge success.

Only 6 stand locations are still available in this exclusive pavilion! An increasing number of market leaders seem to appreciate the 100% B2B and productive character of the SYP.

Mets show indoors

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Tickets for Boat Builder Awards now available for early bird rate

Tickets to attend the very first METSTRADE-IBI Boat Builder Awards for Business Achievement are now available at www.boatbuilderawards.com. Make sure not to miss the glittering gala dinner on the evening of November 18 at the National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam.

Future of Yacht Recycling conference - first programme details unveiled

The conference agenda will consist of key topics that focus on both the technical/commercial challenges, and the significant opportunities presented by what has become known as 'End-of-Life Boats' (ELB).

The conference will be held on Monday 16 November 2015, the day before METS starts. Speakers include Geert Dijks - Director of HISWA, Britta Eklund - Stockholm University and Gert van der Have of the water sports advisory consultants ARN.

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