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Genoa Boat Show 2018 in figures

by Diesel International 10 Oct 10:07 UTC 20-25 September 2018

The 58th edition of the Genoa Boat Show had achieved great successes: record numbers were reached for visitors (174.610) and as well as in turnover terms.

The visitors permanence has also increased, as can be seen from the rate of parking that detects a longer presence in the city (+ 22%).

The Show has achieved good results also in terms of satellite activities (around 60 million) and Province of Genoa and Liguria Region territorial marketing.

More than positive numbers has reached also in terms of arrivals at Genoa Airport: there was a + 35% of traffic and a + 13% comings of private aircraft compared to last year edition.

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