Showcase Your Brand at the Scandinavian Dive Show!

Together with the Swedish Fair in Gothenburg and the Boat Show, attracting 20,000 visitors over the weekend, the Scandinavian Dive Show will now return to the Swedish West Coast, the diving hub of Sweden.

The venue in central Gothenburg. The main entrance to the fair can be seen at the centre, to the left of the three towers. Images below are from previous Dykmässan shows which were held in a different venue

Strategically positioned

Notably, Gothenburg is strategically positioned a few hours' drive by road or train from both Copenhagen and Oslo, making it accessible for the Danish and Norwegian markets. Additionally, it is a quick ferry ride away from Jutland.

At the Swedish Exhibition, everything is under one roof. Within the neighbouring Gothia Towers, you have several excellent restaurants to choose from. Swedish Exhibition also offers prime accommodation options for exhibitors, with nearby 4- and 5-star hotels for you or your long-distance business contacts to stay.

If you wish to hold a conference, Swedish Exhibition provides 60 rooms in different sizes for you to choose from.

Moreover, the fair is ideally situated for transport, whether by bicycle, tram, train, plane, bus or car. Or why not take a stroll and run errands in town? The city-centre location places you right in the heart of the city, with everything you need just outside the door.

Date: 7-11 February 2025

Opening Hours: Friday 12-20; Saturday and Sunday 10-18.

Organiser: Scandinavian Dive Show (Dykmässan) in collaboration with the Swedish Exhibition (Svenska Mässan) and The Boat Show
Coordinator: Tommy Jarnbrink

Projected Audience:  20,000  (on 7-9 Feb)

Exhibit at the Scandinavian Dive Show and get 10% off your X-Ray Magazine Advertising Packages.


Booth Space:  SEK 1250 (~ €120) per square metre 
Registration Fee: SEK 2500 (~ €250) 
Mandatory Insurance: SEK 1500 (~ €150) 

(Note dated 15 Feb 2024:  Further details to be amended shortly)

Dykmässan homepage

Floor plan of the combined Båtmässan (Boat show) and Scandinavian Dive Show (marked with a red marquee)