13 Jul Marina del Sur de Tenerife hosts the fourth edition of Fenáut …
The marina Marina del Sur Tenerife, located in Las Galletas, Arona, will host, on June 2 and 3, a new edition of Fenáutica, the great festival of the sea, which includes more than forty leisure and sports activities They represent an attractive alternative for all those people who want to spend some entertaining days by the sea.
Directed to all audiences, and in its last edition, the nautical fair of Tenerife brought together more than 12,500 people, including tourists and locals, a figure that promises to be exceeded this year.
In this sense, the Head of Promotion, Marketing and Communication of Marina del Sur Tenerife, Cristina Iglesias, is confident that "this fair will continue to consolidate as a reference of the nautical sector in the insular panorama, in addition to granting the visibility that Tenerife deserves to the peninsular and international market ".
In this new edition, Fenáutica has again the collaboration of the City of Arona and the Cabildo de Tenerife, through its areas of Tourism, Economic Promotion and Sports, as well as various companies related to tourism and the nautical sector, such as This is the case of Asnáutica, Binter Canarias, Puerto Mogán or Marina Rubicón.
Among the many activities organized, mostly free, include sports diving, freediving, sailing, kayaking, watercraft and paddle surfing, among others, designed for the enjoyment of adults and children. In addition, there will be several workshops, talks and concerts, as well as food stalls that will make this event an unmissable event.
In parallel, Fenáutica will host the Guanche's Cup regatta. It will be the sixth edition of the competition, which will include both the cruiser and the Optimist and laser light sail categories.
For all those who are interested in participating, the organization of the event reminds that the registration is still open for exhibitors and sponsors. Those interested can consult all the information through the page www.fenautica.com
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