It’s Boats, Boats, Boats at the 2013 Tullett Prebon London Boat Show

Boats will be the stars of the Show at the 2013 Tullett Prebon London Boat Show. Next January, boats of all shapes, sizes, types and budgets will be showcased at the world-leading event, with an attractive pricing initiative in place to encourage as many companies and brands to exhibit as possible, with the full range of their boats. It will deliver a world-beating experience that combines all the best bits of years gone by into one exceptional Show – for both exhibitors and visitors.

The Show will return to being the exciting event of previous years, with a wide ranging display of boats – a must see spectacle whatever your boating preference. They will return to centre stage - particularly sail boats – in addition to considerable Show developments across the following: product mix, costs of exhibiting and visiting, atmosphere and importantly the overall visitor experience.

NEW – attractive pricing initiatives
Exciting new plans and some fundamental changes have been implemented, all aimed at creating a world-leading spectacle and showcase. In order to attract a full range of boats and companies – which have been lacking from the Show in recent years – exhibitors can benefit from attractive pricing initiatives of up to 50% off the headline price.

NEW – more boats, new layout
Boats will be proudly displayed throughout the hall with hundreds of sail and power boats interspersed with a strong offering of engines, equipment, holidays, watersports, clothing and chandlery – creating a stunning vista no matter where you enter the Show. Boardwalks will house both power and sail boats, and importantly the much missed sports boats and affordable boat packages. Dinghies and small boats will increase in volumes while plenty of British and overseas sail brands will satisfy some 35,000 sail boat owners who already attend; and the many potential sailors who simply won’t be able to miss out on seeing such choice.

This is all in addition to the fun elements for visitors to have a go at, watch, listen to, learn from or simply enjoy. This exciting new layout will look very different to the 2012 Show and is designed to deliver more visitors to exhibitors’ stand as well as giving better access to the marina and restricted access to the boulevard.

PLUS – Used Boats Marina and additional shows continue
Nestled with the boats will be an even bigger Luxury Lifestyle and Supercar Showcase. With promotion to more than one million people, this audience is a perfect target for the leisure marine industry with many buying from marine exhibitors at the 2012 Show as well as those luxury products. This is in addition the London Bike, Outdoors and Active Travel Show that will again co-locate and provides an increasing, and quality, audience keen to buy boats, clothing, accessories, book holidays as well as the ever popular Used Boats Marina.

NEW – Discounted early weekday tickets, shorter opening hours, one price all day parking
The Show will be a great day out and of great value to visitors. For those keen boaters who are fanatical about boats – and keen to benefit from more time aboard to look around – then they can enjoy a cheap day ticket from Monday to Wednesday from just £10 in advance, which will help the atmosphere and quieter days at the Show. Opening at 10am the Show will close at 6pm Monday – Friday, 7pm on the weekends (6pm on the final Sunday, 20 January 2013) and at 9pm as usual on late night Thursday. Visitors will also be offered ‘one price all day parking’, if they book in advance, to enable them to stay in the venue longer, spend more time with exhibitors and enjoy the Show.

“The 2013 Show is being designed to help exhibitors achieve their objectives; the sales platform will not only help exhibitors make sales but also gain new leads, offer networking and help raise brand awareness. With special packages for boat companies, affordable rates for exhibiting and free space for those offering something interactive, it really will offer exhibitors return on investment and be a great selling opportunity in January. We’re confident of a successful Show, for our visitors and exhibitors as well as the whole industry,” said Murray Ellis, Managing Director of National Boat Shows.

Many companies are already confirming their interest for the London Show, with the new plans and pricing options proving very attractive. Just some of the names already confirmed include: Fairline; Flexisail; Key Yachting with their sail and power brands J Boats, Grand Soleil and MJM Yachts; Mersea Trailers (MacGregor Yachts); Northshore; Princess Yachts; Roche Marine (Sea Bob); and Sunseeker.

For more information please contact:
Boat Show Team, Publicasity, t: 020 7632 2432, e
Rebecca Jackson, National Boat Shows, t: 01784 223627, e

Robyn Margetts - 4 Avril 2012


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