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Rio Boat Show and CL Velas promote nautical experience at Marina da Glória from April 28th

Aiming to offer an experience for the whole family, CL Velas, creator of the “Minha Primeira Velejada” project, offers, during the 25th edition of the Rio Boat Show, the largest outdoor nautical show in Latin America, the possibility for young people, adults and children from 7 years old, experience navigation in... 

To carry out the event, CL Velas takes the vessels – Dingue and Optimist – to the event, which will be moored at Marina da Glória during all days of the fair. The tours, around Guanabara Bay, will last 10 to 15 minutes, depending on the weather. The attraction operates on a first-come, first-served basis and follows mandatory safety procedures, such as the use of life jackets during the tour, the signing of the liability waiver and, for minors, parental authorization.

The organization's expectation is that the Rio Boat Show will receive more than 33 thousand visitors during the event days. Tickets are now on sale at official site of the event. 

Rio Boat Show 2024 Service

  • When: From April 28th to May 5th, Monday to Friday from 3pm to 10pm and weekends from 1pm to 10pm. The last day ends at 9pm. 
  • Where: Marina da Glória – Av. Infante Dom Henrique, S/N – Glória – Rio de Janeiro – RJ
  • How much: R$ 85.00 plus taxes until 21/04. After this date, R$ 90.00 plus taxes per person.
  • Tickets available on the website   
  • Organization: Boat Show Eventos
  • Instagram: @boatshoweventos

Official coverage:, @revistanautica and

Boat Show Events

He is the organizer of editions of Brazilian “Boat Shows” held in the cities of: Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Itajaí and Foz do Iguaçu. In 2023, the Boat Show events attracted an audience of almost 100 thousand people. The Boat Show is responsible for 70% of all negotiations involving vessels and their accessories carried out in Brazil.

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Nautical Group

With more than 40 years in the market, Grupo Náutica provides solutions in infrastructure, events and nautical communication. He is a graduate of Revista Náutica (, pioneer and absolute leader in the sector; Boat Show Eventos, the largest organizer of nautical shows in Latin America, with editions in São Paulo, Itajaí, Rio de Janeiro, Foz do Iguaçu and Brasília; Metalu, the largest manufacturer of aluminum piers and walkways in the world. The group is also concerned with social issues and holds the actions “Só Jogue na Água o que Peixe pode Comer”, signed by cartoonist Ziraldo, and “For a Navigable City”, which seeks navigation in unimaginable places, as well as developing the main Nautical Tourism Guides in the country.

Credits: Cultural Soup

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