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With a focus on sustainable drives, the Interboot Water Sports Mass on Lake Constance has started. According to the organizers, 348 exhibitors want to show solar systems for sailing yachts and electric wood boats until September 25th. Possibilities for converting combustion to electric motors are also to be presented in the so-called “Green Area”. "There was something going on this morning," said a spokeswoman for the start. There is the usual rush.

Besucher schauen sich in der Messehalle A3 verschiedenen Segelboote an. © Felix Kästle/dpa Visitors look at different sailing boats in the exhibition hall A3.

for the first time since the beginning of Corona pandemic, the Interboot will again have extensive test offers for visitors. Among other things, there is a test basin for stand-up paddles and driving training with boat trailers. Last year, more than 45,000 people visited the water sports fair. The organizers did not want to make any estimates of how many could be this year.

So far, most boats on Lake Constance have been on the road with combustion engines, according to the government of the Austrian state of Vorarlberg. At the end of 2020, more than 61,600 boats were approved on Lake Constance, more than half (around 38,500) with combustion engines. E-drives had just under 2000 boats, plus more than 15,000 sailing boats and almost 6000 boats without engines.

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