Cape Town, South Africa, is reaping the rewards of its burgeoning blue economy
CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA – October 3, 2023 – Cape Town, South Africa, is reaping the rewards of its burgeoning blue economy, a sector that injects billions of rands per annum into the city's GDP. Contributing to this growth is boatica – the City’s annual boat show that has evolved into a pivotal contributor to boosting Cape Town's profile in this sector.
boatica Cape Town is back, bolstering Cape Town’s Blue Economy
Africa’s premier boating exhibition boatica Cape Town will once again grace the city in 2023, with the announcement that it will return to the V&A Waterfront from 27-29 October.
We can’t wait to sea you at the show!
Things are heating up for this weekend’s event. boatica Cape Town, previously known as the Cape Town International boat show – bigger, better and back after a two-year hiatus we can’t wait for you to see everything we’ve put together for you.
It’s all systems go for Messe Frankfurt’s 20th edition of Africa’s biggest boat show – boatica Cape Town 2022
It’s all about boating at boatica 2022! We’ve been working hard over the past few weeks and are pulling out all the stops for this years’ event - we can’t wait to welcome you to our show.
They say you can’t buy happiness…but you can buy a boat! Head on down to boatica 2022 this weekend!
boatica Cape Town 2022 is just 3 days away and we’re looking forward to seeing you on the water at the V&A Waterfront’s North Wharf Marina. Buy your tickets to SA’s premiere boat show before time runs out!
Are you ready to attend boatica Cape Town 2022?
8 days to go! Have you bought your tickets to boatica Cape Town previously known as the Cape Town International boat show? Avoid any delays and queues by booking your tickets online today.
You cannot miss this ship, tickets are still available!
The count down has begun, with just 10 days to go. Remember to buy your tickets to the Cape Town boat show, boatica Cape Town from 28 - 30 October 2022 at the V&A Waterfront.
boatica Cape Town 2022 has something to float everyone’s boat!
With less than a month to go the boatica Cape Town 2022 line up is filling up fast.
Celebrity or CEO,Survivor or Sailor – it’s all systems go for the 2022 Great Optimist Race!
boatica Cape Town will once again play host to The Great Optimist Race. The event is set to take place in the Host City Cape Town at the V&A Waterfront on Saturday 29th October from 12h30 (weather dependent).
The Cape Town boat show, boatica is around the corner.
Have you been wondering who will be exhibiting at boatica, previously known as the Cape Town International Boat show, this year? Here are some of our exclusive exhibitors joining us at boatica Cape Town in 2022.
SA’s premier boating show is back
Boatica Cape Town, previously known as the Cape Town International Boat Show, and Africa’s largest boating exhibition is back. Featuring a display of South Africa's finest boating and yachting brands the event takes place at the V&A Waterfront from 28 - 30 October 2022.
Boatica postponed to October 2022
The annual Boatica Cape Town event was scheduled to take place at the V&A Waterfront from 1-3 October 2021. Due to the uncertainty of lockdown restrictions, Messe Frankfurt South Africa has decided to postpone the event to October 2022.
Africa's largest boating exhibition to go ahead
Africa's largest boating exhibition to go ahead 1-3 October 2021 at the V&A Waterfront with the City of Cape Town as the official sponsor.
Boatica Cape Town postponed to 22-24 October 2021
The annual Boatica Cape Town event was scheduled to take place at the V&A Waterfront from 23-25 October 2020. Due to the increased spread of Covid-19, Messe Frankfurt South Africa has made the decision to postpone the event to 22-24 October 2021
Statement regarding COVID-19 Pandemic, relating to Messe Frankfurt SA 2020 Events
Messe Frankfurt SA is currently monitoring the rapidly evolving situation, with regards to the COVID-19 Pandemic. As ot the 14th March 2020, 61 cases have been identified in SA with no reported deaths. The Department of Health and the NICD (National Institute for Communicable Diseases) have put stringent measures in place to identify and contain the virus. For more information, please visit the South African Deparment of Health’s website at www.health.gov.za, where you will find more detailed information on the current status of the virus in SA, the containment measures that have been put in place by the SA government as well as other information.
Cape Town International Boat Show sets sail
The 19th edition of the Cape Town International Boat was held 19-21 October at the V&A waterfront. The Boat Show brought together 7402 visitors over the 3-days to gather, share, and explore the many facets of the boating and related industries.