There will be two traditional boats on display from Character Boats and if you’re looking for narrow boats you are in for a treat, as Liverpool’s own Collingwood Boat Builders are bringing along four of their boats. The Boat Building Academy are showcasing one of the boats built on their courses and the world’s premier sail maker, North Sails, will be there to showcase their sails as well as Yamaha motors, the leading outboard motor manufacturer in the world. Other exhibitors include Pantaenius, WiFi Onboard, Marine Teak, Jeckells Sails, Cruising Association, Liverpool Marina, Conwy Quays Marina, Hamble Point Charters and The Hungarian Guide.
The Northern Boat Show will cover every aspect of the leisure marine industry from boat builders, sail makers, chandlers and engine manufacturers to marine finance, clothing specialists and navigation equipment. The Albert Dock will showcase the latest sailing and power boats with smaller craft on display in Salthouse Dock and a land-based exhibition on the Salthouse Dock quayside. Richard Milbourn, Director of the Northern Boat Show said, “We’ve had a fantastic response from companies involved in every aspect of the leisure marine industry and we are signing up new exhibitors every day. They are all extremely excited to be part of this brand new show, at the heart of Liverpool’s majestic waterfront.
We will be making new announcements every week on the boats and exhibitors you will be able to see and meet at the Show so do keep checking on our website, www.northernboatshow.co.uk for the latest news.“ The Show will be free to all Festival visitors and serious boat owners will be able to buy premium tickets to give them exclusive access to the specialist areas. Early Bird tickets for pontoon access to the boats are just £2.50 per day, with the price going to £5 from Friday 1 May.
To book tickets, visit www.northernboatshow.co.uk. With its world famous waterfront, Liverpool is one of the most vibrant and developing cities in Europe, just 90 minutes from Birmingham, 45 minutes from Manchester and two hours from London. Last year’s Festival welcomed thousands of visitors and played host to a range of visiting boats and nautical themed events, from yacht and raft racing, canoe polo, windsurfing, power boating, paddle boarding, wake boarding to flyboarding, as well as live music on Liverpool’s Pier Head presenting a host of local and international talent. Whatever type of boat or marine product you are looking for, The Northern Boat Show is the perfect place to start your search.
On at Liverpool’s Waterfront from 5 to 7 June 2015, you can find out more at www.northernboatshow.co.uk. w: www.northernboatshow.co.uk