For the next three days, Biograd na Moru is a nautical center, all thanks to the Biograd Boat Show, which has long been positioned as the largest sea fair in Central Europe.Biograd Boat Show, organized and hosted by Ilirija dd, a tourist company from Biograd na Moru with more than 60 years of existence and activity in tourism and catering, as the largest Croatian and Central European fair at sea celebrates its 20 years of existence. In the previous nineteen years, it has established itself as a top nautical event, defining the city of Biograd na Moru and Zadar County as an unavoidable nautical center, and the fair itself as a congress of the nautical industry and tourism in Croatia. shipowners, manufacturers of ship and nautical equipment and diving tourism.The Biograd Boat Show is visited by 15.000 visitors every year, and more than 300 exhibitors exhibit about 300 vessels, over 1500 charter vessels, about 100 used vessels, as well as a large offer of marine equipment, engines, electronics and electricity for ships.More than forty years ago, Ilirija proved itself with a pioneering and visionary endeavor – the construction of the first nautical tourism port of the Kornati Hotel Port, from which the development of nautical and charter tourism in the Croatian part of the Adriatic Sea began. Illyria proudly bears the title of a pioneer of nautical tourism. From that period until today, Biograd na Moru has become a center of nautical tourism on the Adriatic, which is annually visited by over 60.000 sailors from around the world.In the meantime, there is no need to worry about it. ”This year, the National Association of Shipbuilders (NMMA) from the USA will present itself at Biograd B2B, which in addition to ship manufacturers also represents manufacturers of equipment and marine engines, as well as similar associations from Great Britain, Italy and Norway, which will further strengthen the international character. fair which, in addition to leading European representatives of the nautical industry from this year, will also include exhibitors from North America.In the last two years, Ilirija has been intensively developing the “Biograd B2B” platform, which aims to strengthen the business character of the fair, stronger interaction between business visitors and exhibitors, and strengthen its business activities and business networking that do not require exhibition space. Biograd B2B includes a rich congress program held in cooperation with the Croatian Chamber of Commerce. In addition to congress events, the Biograd Boat Show is recognized as a fair that intensively encourages business networking and meetings, but also a fair with a rich entertainment program such as B2B Bash party, which will be held on Friday, October 19.10.2018, XNUMX.See the full program of the event in the attachment: BBS 2018 PROGRAMHGK Nautical DaysThe goal of the 2nd HGK Nautical Day is to take advantage of the large representation of exhibitors, vessels and equipment of the nautical sector in one place before the end of the nautical season and to educate, communicate and collect information on key topics affecting maritime and nautical tourism. The concept of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce Nautical Days includes, in addition to the sessions of professional nautical associations and communities of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, numerous professional presentations.The participants will be addressed by the Vice President of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce for Agriculture and Tourism Dragan Kovacevic te Secretary of State in the Ministry of Tourism Tonči Glavina. State Secretary for the Sea from the Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure Maja Markovčić Kostelac will present new legislation for nautical tourism and maritime affairs, while the director of the Main Office of the Croatian National Tourist Board Kristjan Staničić present the results of the nautical season 2018 and the promotion of nautical tourism in 2019.Side dish: Program 2. Nautical days of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce
In the opening minutes of the second half, USC’s offense improved, emphasized by a quick 4 points from redshirt senior guard Shaqquan Aaron. The Trojans also pressed the Huskies defensively and forced misses from distance. As the clock approached the 15-minute mark, USC was only down by 4 points with a score of 41-37. The Trojans will look to break even on their Washington road trip when they face off against Washington State on Saturday at 4 p.m. USC will attempt to capitalize on this opportunity against a weaker opponent, as the Cougars hold a poor 1-7 conference record. USC men’s basketball was unable to overcome a poor first half on Wednesday, falling to the Washington Huskies by a score of 75-62 on the road. Washington’s ability to defend and rebound gave the Huskies the edge in the game, and they were able to maintain their perfect Pac-12 record of 8-0. The Trojans fell to a 5-3 conference record. Washington started to turn the ball over following the early lead, allowing the Trojans to cut their deficit. Senior forward Bennie Boatwright led the charge with 4 straight points off of a jumper and two free throws. Ten minutes into the half, USC was down 17-15. The Trojans failed to score consistently for the entirety of the half, shooting 33 percent from the field and 14.3 percent from the 3-point line. Boatwright and Rakocevic carried the majority of the offensive load, combining for 18 of the team’s 25 first half points. USC’s poor shooting and abundance of turnovers gave Washington a significant advantage, despite having eight turnovers of its own. It was a dismal overall performance from the Trojan offense, which managed just 62 points on 40.7 percent shooting from the field. Besides the 22 and 16 points from Boatwright and Rakocevic, respectively, no player scored in double-digits. The Trojans shot just 31.3 percent from three and had a negative assist-to-turnover ratio at 13-to-18. The Trojans were unable to keep up with the physicality of the Huskies and were forced to foul them repeatedly in the final five minutes of the game to attempt a desperate comeback. 9 of Washington’s final 11 points came from the free throw line. These points only widened Washington’s commanding lead into the end of the game and eliminated any possibility for a comeback. USC continued to keep pace with Washington’s offense, but the Trojans’ inability to rebound consistently kept them from breaking into their deficit. Washington senior forward Noah Dickerson overpowered USC from the inside, finishing the game with 21 points and 14 rebounds. In addition, he gathered a dominant six offensive rebounds. Washington countered the Trojans’ run with a strong presence on the offensive glass and were able to break down USC’s defense in transition. Freshman guard Kevin Porter attempted to shift the momentum back to USC with a dynamic alley-oop and deep three, but the Trojans were still down 54-46 halfway through the second half. Freshman guard Kevin Porter shot just 2-for-6 from the field against the Huskies, but he wasn’t the only one struggling; as a team, the Trojans shot 40.7 percent from the field and 31.3 percent from three for the game. (Josh Dunst/Daily Trojan) USC shot poorly as the game progressed into the latter portion of the half. The Trojans especially struggled from beyond the arc, missing their first six 3-point attempts. The Huskies used the missed shots to attack USC in transition, either drawing fouls or finishing from short range. Washington would then go on a 14-3 run with three minutes left in the half, leading by a score of 31-18. Washington succeeded offensively. The Huskies didn’t shoot particularly well from the field, but they bullied their way to 17 offensive rebounds, creating numerous extra scoring chances. Washington dominated the total rebounding numbers 40 to 28. The Huskies immediately showcased lockdown defense, preventing USC from putting together any significant offensive run. Junior forward Nick Rakocevic was the only Trojan to score in the first six minutes, totaling 7 points. However, Washington continued to dominate on both ends of the court in the early minutes, taking a 15-7 lead.