London Boat Show 2017

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London Boat Show
Friday 6 January – Sunday 15 January 2017
Location: ExCeL London
Tickets: Advance tickets start from £10, with two children under the age of 15 going free with each adult. Additional concessions are also available. For further information on ticketing.
Details: January will once again host the Capital city’s iconic Boat Show offering those who love boating a unique insight into what will be the most sought-after products and upcoming trends for the year ahead. 
Over 300 exhibitors will be showcasing the best the marine world has to offer with anticipated debuts to the World and European stage. The Show will also offer exciting new attractions including:
• The Show’s Stage, returning due to popular demand, will be the place to enjoy live entertainment with exclusive music performances throughout the 10-days. The Stage will also play host to high-octane fashion events, showcasing the latest in boating trends. Visitors can expect to see Sky Sports Presenter, Alec Wilkinson, hosting regular features from personalities sharing their inspiring stories and expert knowledge through to interactive talks and panel shows. 
• The new Dream Lodge Marina & Boating Lake offers an idyllic setting to see beautiful yachts moored in the marina as well as offering fantastic places to eat and drink.
• Positioned adjacent to the Dream Lodge Marina, is the Watersports Park. Providing activity both on the water and land, this interactive area offers visitors the chance to try out and see some of the latest watersports trends.

Murray Ellis, Managing Director at British Marine Boat Shows, comments: “We already have a number of leading global brands as well as world product launches confirmed for January’s 63rd London Boat Show, with more exhibitors signing up every day. With some great attractions including the Show’s Stage, providing live entertainment, and the pool area where visitors can have a go at a number of on-the-water activities, this year’s Show is set to be yet another exciting event.”