Nautic, salon nautique de Paris

Hall 2.1

Hall 2.1 has all equipment you need for your boat to make it safer, more efficient and more comfortable, from the most traditional to the most modern, including fittings, electronics, energy sources, sails, paints and varnishes, decoration and hand-crafted items. You will also find the Shopping Arcade in this Hall.

Traditional fittings

All kinds of accessories will be on show, from traditional fittings to those entirely in carbon. Safety equipment suitable for each sailing category is exhibited each year, providing a wealth of innovations. 

In 2017 will be present Harken, Karver, Z-Spars, Sparcraft, Seldén, as well as the central purchasing: Accastillage Diffusion of the Allianz Marine group, Uship, BigShip…


Electronics is well-represented with ever more numerous navigation aids, Wi-Fi and new technologies dreamed up to assist sailors. 

You will see among others the brands Garmin, Navicom, Navico, Raymarine, MC Technologies, Furuno …

Wind turbines

The latest generation of wind turbines, fuel cells and solar panels are all energy sources available to lovers of open sea sailing, with for instance ATMB and Watt & Sea which will be present in 2017.


High-quality and innovative membranes are on offer for sailors so that they can achieve the highest level of performance at sea. 

This year numerous marks will propose every type of sails: North Sails, Incidence Sails, X Voiles, DELTA Voiles, Alta Sails, Voilerie Rochard, VEGA Voiles, Technique Voile as well as the traditional sails of the Sailmakers from Granville!


Each year, the paints and varnishes sector contributes new products that are more efficient and pollute less, in the image of AGL Marine, Durieu, Nautix or Soromap.

Decoration and craft

Decoration and hand-crafted products have something for everyone. You will meet in particular Les Couteaux Farol et Kiade.

Shopping Arcade

Clothing and accessories, the Shopping Arcade offers a wide and varied range of novelties and products each year.  


© Raoul Dobremel / AFP / Nautic 2016