This year's London Boat Show will be different, with two parrallel events offering visitors three shows in one venue. Running over five days, the aim is to widen its audience and reach, and to encourage industry involvement as the success of the event will impact the entire sector.
Kim Hollamby, editor of British Marine magazine, caught up with chief officer of boat shows, Murray Ellis, to ask what prompted this decision and what we can expect when the changes are rolled out and you can read the full article here.
Changes to the London Boat Show
Running from Wednesday 10 January to Sunday 14 January, the London Boat Show will offer something for everyone and wil include some big names, including Rodman, BHG Marine, Suzuki, Pantaenius, Aquafax and Walcon Marine.
The new Boating & Watersports Holiday Show is where you can book your next nautical holiday break and it will feature brands already confirmed include such as Minorca Sailing, Marina di Portisco and British Marine Inland Boating. Click here for the full list.
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