Moscow Dive Show to go ahead as planned

Moscow Dive Show to go ahead as planned

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While most American and European dive shows have cancelled their scheduled winter and spring events due to the ongoing pandemic the Moscow Dive Show remains on course as regards to its 2021 edition which is going to be held 8-11 April.

Gostiny Dvor exhibition hall is quite close to the Red Square which can been seen in the upper left corner

With restrictions on public shows, events and exhibitions being lifted by the authorities on 25 January, rates of covid-infections in Moscow and Russia going down and the country's vaccination campaign picking up pace, the organisers of Moscow Dive show intend to go ahead with their 2021 edition.  

The show was initially scheduled to be held in February, as in previous years, but was postponed due to restrictions imposed by Covid. Moscow officials now consider it likely that all remaining restrictions will be lifted within two to three months.

The organisers inform that as of 8 February, over 75% of the booths has booked and more than 70% of the regular visitors have confirmed their intention of visiting the show again this year.  

The show will feature a comprehensive program of presentations on the main stage and in conference rooms with over 60 events and film screenings being planned so far. A full program is expected to be announced on 20 February.

A new element this year will be a section dedicated to commercial and professional diving where leading commercial diving companies, relevant government agencies and volunteer associations will present diving equipment technologies and training methods.

Visa and hotel

Via the organizing committee, a special sports visas for foreign participants can be obtained.  The official hotel of the show, Penta Hotel Moscow, offer a special discount for the show participants: A double room for €50

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