This year’s bulging Biograd exhibitor list should draw big crowds to the Croatian show

More than 280 boats will be going on display in the Croatian town of Biograd next month as part of the burgeoning local boat show, which is now in its 16th year.

The Biograd Boat Show (23-26 October) recently became the newest member of the International Federation of Boat Show Organisers and showgoers can expect to see models from the likes of Bavaria, Absolute, Linssen, Targa and Riva.

In addition local manufacturers Elan, Mirakul and SAS-Vektor will be flying the flag for Croatian shipbuilding.

The show’s 36m-long event ship Nada will be offering free tours on the water, while other experiences include RIB rides and trips on semi-submersible submarines.

After hours, visitors can drink in the local culture as part of the Festival of Authenticity, which will include local artisan food and drink, and live music well into the small hours.

UK flights are available direct from London Stanstead to Zadar airport and show admission costs 35Kn (less than £5) per head.

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