Nine Russian boatbuilders will be exhibiting at this year’s event

Nine Russian boatbuilders are to take part in the upcoming Stockholm International Boat Show (Allt för sjön), which runs from March 7-15 in the Swedish capital.

The Russian Export Center (REC) has organised a stand for the builders in order to increase the visibility of Russian boats on the Swedish market.

This year, the Russian Federation will be represented by some of the country’s best boat manufacturers, equipment makers and materials suppliers at the show for the first time. Some of the boatbuilders are already present on the Swedish market, especially those with aluminium boats. 

“The Russian Export Centre in Moscow is making a special investment at our show. Nine companies will exhibit their boats across 1,200sq m in total,” says Stockholm show director Hanse Thorslund.

The Russian exposition is designed to demonstrate the achievements of domestic small-ship building in Russia. Manufacturers will present small aluminium and steel vessels as well as special types of motorboats for sport fishing.

Russia’s export volume, now worth millions of euros, is growing year by year. The long-standing experience in engineering and shipbuilding, competitive prices and high standards of quality and reliability have given Russian boats strong export potential, says the REC in a statement.

Exhibiting companies will include Merkuriy Trading LLC (Masterprobot), NK LLC (NorthSilver), RIF LLC, KAV LLC (Rosomaha), Salyut Samara Motorboat Plant (Realcraft), VictoryBoats LLC and Kater LLC (VBOATS).

The REC stand will also feature the latest pontoon designs by RODEMOS (Magic Float) Research and Production Center LLC, and carbon fibers by Rosatom UMATEX’s NPK Khimpromenzhiniring JSC.