About the Union Internationale Motonautique
Established in 1922, the Union Internationale Motonautique
(UIM) is the world governing body for all Powerboating activities. .
It is fully recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and is a
member of the Association of the IOC Recognized International Sports
Federations (ARISF) and of SportAccord. The
UIM has 60 affiliated National Federations. .
The main disciplines of the UIM are :
- Circuit ( F1, F2, F500, F4, Formula Future.)
- Offshore ( XCAT, Class 1, Class V1
- Pleasure Navigation
- Radio-controlled boats
- Aquabike ( Jet ski)
quest of increasing media exposure, improvement of financial independence, and
geographic growth, the UIM has contracted promoters dealing with the flagship
classes of its different racing disciplines such as Class I, Offshore, F1 and
F2 Circuit, and Aquabike
Class Pro .
As the Internationally recognized authority for world power boating, the UIM is
charged with protecting and building the
future of the Sport on behalf of its national federations and competitors and
is responsible for creating a safe, accessible, unified and thriving world
Highly competitive, fascinating, intensely challenging, risky and entertaining, Powerboat Racing is the ultimate adrenalin rush and regarded as one of the most spectacular and exciting sports in the world.
Geographical growth, environmental issues, financial pressures and the quest for media exposure continue to increase the complexities of the organization’s role as it delivers governance and change.
In 2017, supported by the emergence of independent promoters across all five continents, the UIM has increased its global influence and organizes 157 races worldwide.
2017 UIM corporate brochure.pdf