The China (Xiamen) International Boat Show 2013, held at the Xiamen Marina, China, from the 8th to 11th of November is now in it's sixth year. FUSION celebrated the event turning six in style; showcasing the latest True-Marine entertainment and covering every corner of the exhibition in green aliens.
Spread over three areas, including a display area of some 5,000 square metres that included technical equipment and the Yacht Club.
An outdoor area, covering about 20,000 square metres on the Coastal Square of the marina, showcased yachts, sailing boats, components and service providers.
Finally, the impressive 30,000-square-foot marina hosted an array of motor and sailing yachts, test drives and marine equipment.
Showgoers enjoyed a line up of vessels from luxury yachts to small pleasure boats, along with all the accompanying equipment, components, and services. Water sport toys of all shapes and sizes, including a special zone for high-end luxury lifestyle brands, cars and helicopters.
FUSION's high-end marine entertainment was right at home at the event, with showgoers impressed by the FUSION-Link connectivity and award winning 700 series. The strong presence at the event was not limited to the stand; FUSION's True-Marine entertainment products could be spotted all over the show, installed on the world's most prestigious boats, impressing even the most skeptical critic.
“No one is contending FUSION is the most preferred marine entertainment brand at this event,” says General Manager for FUSION Asia - Anthony Tam.
“Uncomplicated usability, coupled with the best technology in the market is a hard combination to ignore,” says Anthony.
Xiamen is one of the first four special economic zones (SEZ) in China and is located in southeastern China, west of the Taiwan Straits. Xiamen enjoys provincial level autonomy and local legislative power in economic administration. It is one of the most competitive cities in China.
Xiamen's port is one of the top 10 in China. It boasts 80 berths of various sizes and has navigation routes to over 60 ports in more than 40 countries and regions. With 62 international and domestic air routes opened, Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport is the main air hub in east China. The well-developed railway system links Xiamen to the rest of the country.