Seven Asian boat shows cancel or review dates


Korea and Hong Kong shows postponed in response to the Coronavirus threat, while other Asian show organisers are closely monitoring the situation

In response to the continued spread of the Novel Coronavirus, the organisers of several boat shows due to take place in Asia through March and April have already taken action to cancel or postpone their events while others are monitoring the situation closely.

IBI has contacted today the organisers of shows due to be held in Japan (March 5-8), Taiwan (March 12-15), Korea (March 13-15), Shanghai (March 31-April 2) and Hong Kong (April 23-26). The Singapore Yacht Show (March 19-22) has also issued a note regarding the virus today.

The following is the current position relating to upcoming shows across the region….

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