Jersey Boat Show 2022
10th Jun – 12th Jun, 2022
We are looking forward to seeing you all at this years’ Jersey Boat Show!
After a 2-year pause, this Channel Island boat show will once again take place at St Helier Marina adjacent to Weighbridge Place. Renowned for being a key event in the Channel Islands’ diary, it offers an array of yachting and lifestyle exhibitors on and off the water along with an Outdoor & Active zone, refreshments and music and attracts 30,000 visitors. Hosted by the Ports of Jersey, this is a free-entry boat show.
Quay Boats will have a number of boats on display, including Princess V40, Axopar 22, 28 & 37XC, Nord Star 31+, Bayliner VR4, Rand day boats and Rupert Marine Ribs. We will also have a selection of SUR tenders, Jobe watersports equipment and much more. All availability is extremely limited so book the date in to not be disappointed!
We also look forward to announcing something very special coming to the Island, watch this space for details in due course!
The Barclays Jersey Boat Show will celebrate its 14th anniversary in 2022. Organised by Ports of Jersey with the operational support of local specialists, 3D Events, the three-day show will once again take place in and around St Helier Marina and nearby Weighbridge Place.
First staged in 2008 as a means of showcasing the local marine industry, the event has since gone on to great success and remains the largest free-entry event in the Channel Islands. The show regularly records attendance figures in excess of 30,000+ visitors over the three days.
The programme of activities is still at the planning stages but will once again include opportunities for the public to step on board a number of yachts and watercraft berthed in St Helier Marina while an array of lifestyle and marine accessories exhibitors, local artisans, food and refreshment stalls will be lined up along the adjacent quaysides. There will also be a full on stage entertainment programme and activities specifically for children.
The Royal Navy has been a regular participant at the annual show since it first started and next year will be no exception; strengthening the close relationship it enjoys with the Island.
Find out more here