The Northern Boat Show has announced more of the boats that will be joining its spectacular line-up on show at Liverpool’s waterfront from 3-5 June.
The Northern Boat Show is promising an impressive line-up of power boats, cruisers, narrow boats and sailing boats at Liverpool’s waterfront from 3-5 June.
Highlights include the first sighting in the UK of the Sea Ray 250 Sunsport from Marina Marbella, a Bavaria 360 from Clipper Marine and an XP-33 from X-Yachts.
There will also be a bigger presence of canal boats including the Beetle FabFour from Aintree Boats.
The new line up also includes boats from Four Winns, BRIG UK, Smart Boat and Chaparral brought by exhibitors Shepherds, Windermere Boat Sales, Go Marine and Ideal Boat Sales.
Excel Boats and Pennine Marine are bringing their ranges of ribs and inflatables.
These are just some of the boats alongside Beneteau, Jeanneau, Bayliner, Viking, Character Boats and Collingwood Boats.
New exhibitors include Adidas Sailing, Mastercraft Boats, Sail Ireland’s North West, Sealine, Volvo Penta, Waterside Mooring and Zodiac.
The Northern Boat Show is part of the International Mersey River Festival.
It is free to all festival visitors and serious boat owners can buy premium tickets to give them exclusive access to the specialist areas.
Tickets with pontoon access to the boats are just £8 per day, or £5 in advance.
With its world famous waterfront, Liverpool is one of the most vibrant and developing cities in Europe.
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 and windsurfing to power boating, paddle boarding, wake boarding and flyboarding.
For more details, visit the Northern Boat Show website.
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