The METSTRADE Show features three pavilions: the SuperYacht Pavilion, Marina & Yard Pavilion and Construction Material Pavilion. Each offers a smaller self-contained show within the larger METSTRADE Show context and features its own concepts, look and programme. The METSTRADE Show also features Country Pavilions with the aim to create a national bond and combine marketing efforts.
The SuperYacht Pavilion (SYP) is the platform for the worldwide superyacht industry and a destination in its own right. With its own dedicated hall and associated educational and social networking programme, the SYP is far more than an exhibition - this is a superyacht experience!
Dedicated to the global market of marinas and associated yards, the Marina & Yard Pavilion (MYP) plays host to marina owners, operators, developers and suppliers from around the world, offering all kinds of equipment for marinas and boatyards. The pavilion has enjoyed substantial growth over the past four years and is a hotspot for the global marina industry.
The Construction Material Pavilion (CMP) is the specialist platform for raw materials and composites together with the Material Xperience. The CMP reflects developments and innovations in recent years with all kinds of construction materials.
Business platform for boat builders and architects. The METSTRADE Show offers a unique global business platform for boat builders and architects, where all marine industry, innovations and the best global educational events come together. Explore the latest trends and technology in the InnovationLAB featuring the Material Xperience and the presentation of the nominated products for the DAME Design Award.
The Country Pavilions have been a prominent element of the METSTRADE Show since 1988. National Pavilions are run by the national association and feature exhibitors who present their products in their Country Pavilion with the aim to create a national bond.
Currently, the following countries have their own country pavilion: Australia, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States, China, Slovenia and South Korea.
This new custom-designed boulevard in Hall 7 will showcase how to implement electric & hybrid propulsion in the boat building process, from design till delivery. With an eye on the environment, boat builders and designers are increasingly focused on electric and hybrid propulsion. Companies will present their products focusing on innovative forms of propulsion in the boat building process.