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1,900 exhibitors from 71 countries represent the entire world of water sports at boot Düsseldorf. Palau, Papua New Guinea or Micronesia, boot Düsseldorf presents an extraordinary range of water sports destinations from all over the world. With 230,000 square metres of exhibition space in 17 halls, it is the largest water sports fair in the world. Visitors travel to Düsseldorf from over 100 countries.Find out more »
Duikvaker will be held for the 28th time on 1 and 2 February 2020. This dive event for divers, freedivers and snorkelers has opened the diving season for over 25 years. It will be a lively weekend with more than 150 stands, over 80 speakers and a lot of visitors. There is something for every diver, freediver and snorkeler, from presentations in the seminar areas and at the stands, to a complete range of diving, freediving and snorkelling equipment, and…Find out more »
Patricia Lockhart and Shearwater SCUBA Club will host a talk on sharks in the North Atlantic by Dr Chris Harvey-Clark. For more information contact Patricia Lockhart or Shearwater Scuba ClubFind out more »
Underwater Intervention (UI) is the premier event for the entire underwater operations industry. Through compelling education and thought provoking features, UI will draw the industry’s leaders from across the country and around the globe to gather for 3 days of networking, thought sharing and relationship building. Be a part of the must-attend event of the year to ensure your position in this competitive and ever-evolving industry.Find out more »
Moscow Dive Show 2020 is the largest exhibition of equipment, tourism and training for people interested in active lifestyle and water-based sports in Russia and Eastern Europe. The main part of the exhibition consists of four main underwater activities – diving, spearfishing, freediving and underwater photography.Find out more »
Following the Scarborough Underwater Club (SUCI) Meeting at 7:30pm in the Leadership Room at the lower level of the Toronto Pan Am Center on Feb 12, there will be a presentation (via Skype) by Industrial Designer Brain Camenzuli on a prototype underwater robot called "Starfish" The Starfish is an underwater tethered robot capable of scanning, grappling and retrieving objects from lake, river and ocean floors. It can be used to discover the underwater world, to retrieve items lost overboard from…Find out more »
Our brand line up is unbeatable! Find your favorite brands and slip/booth numbers to plan your visit.Find out more »
The Mediterranean Diving Show will return from February 14 to 16, 2020. Three intense days of fair that become a meeting point for the entire sector of underwater activities. 8,300 square meters of exhibition space, conferences, presentation of products and services, destinations, materials, entrepreneurial initiatives, catwalk, projections, baptisms of immersion, apnea demonstration.Find out more »
The name DRT stands for Diving, Resort and Travel. Jason Chong, the CEO of DRT SHOW founded in 2009, with hopes of speedy development in the diving industry in the Asia Pacific region and increased awareness of marine conservation Asia wide. In 2010, the first DRT SHOW was held successfully in Hong Kong and 90% of exhibitors were from overseas, which proved that DRT SHOW had become the most international dive exhibition in Asia Pacific. Since then, DRT SHOW has…Find out more »
Now you can come and dabble in diving for the first time at the GO Diving dive show in a truly immersive experience – there is a gigantic 100 sq m trydive pool for you to take your inaugural fin-steps into the underwater world, you can sample shark dives, seal dives, wreck dives and cave dives through the magic of Virtual Reality, and there’s even an actual cave system for you to explore.Find out more »
The Outdoor Adventure Show is the largest consumer show in Canada that brings together buyers and sellers of outdoor adventure products & servicesFind out more »
In the mid-1960s, their fleet of luxury liners carrying passengers and freight across the Great Lakes split from Canadian Pacific. Most were sent to scrap yards, but the S.S. Keewatin survived as a floating museum which an American collector had bought. Then a real estate company and its homeport city of Port McNicoll, Ontario started a project to bring home the vessel. Hear the story of this great ship from the Friends of Keewatin organization's Chairman, Eric Conroy, and watch…Find out more »