CNR Eurasia Boat Show breaks records again
Sea enthusiasts have found everything they need from boats and yachts to sailboats, jet skis to various marine materials, which offer a combination of speed and comfort at CNR Eurasia Boat Show. A total of 73 thousand 376 people of which 2 thousand 275 were international visited the show.
Savas Karakaş, Turkey’s most prominent documentary filmmaker, and Cumhur Gokova, named The Athlete of the Year in 2016 and has won the USA World Championship in 2018, were among the speakers at the seminars held during the show.
CNR Eurasia Boat Show meeting all the needs and expectations of sea enthusiasts has drawn great interest. A vast variety of boats, jet skis, sailboats and various marine materials were displayed at CNR Eurasia Boat Show organized by Pozitif Fairs, a CNR Holding company, in collaboration with the Turkish Marine Industry Association (DENTUR). 73 thousand 376 people of which 2 thousand 275 were international from 87 countries including France, England, Greece, Spain, Italy, Russia and CIS, Germany, Tunisia, Bulgaria, Greece, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Poland have visited the show.
Numerous colorful and exciting events have brought sea enthusiasts together
Sea Talks was one of the highlights in the show that hosted many exciting events. Ayşegül Dinçkök, one of the well-known figures of the social life, met with art lovers and sea enthusiasts interested in underwater photography at the panel titled, “Mysteries of the Sea with Women Underwater Photographers” organized within CNR Eurasia Boat Show.
Cumhur Gökova who was named the Athlete of the Year in 2016 and later won the World Championship in 2018 in the USA was among the seminar speakers in the show. Savaş Karakaş, the world-renowned prominent documentary filmmaker in Turkey, shared his discoveries and experiences with visitors at the Show. Savaş Karakaş documentaries such as Echoes from the Deep, The Last Warrior: Midilli (ex-Breslau), The Last Sponge Diver, Dancing with the Manta Rays, which perfectly reflect Turkey’s maritime culture were screened throughout the Show at the Seanema section and received tremendous interest from visitors.