London Boat Show

 Begin your own journey of discovery at the 2015 London Boat Show.  Taking place from 9 – 18 January 2015, this world-renowned event is where adventure starts, pioneers meet and innovation shines.  Immerse yourself in the elements and explore a world of boating, brand new craft being unveiled globally, the very latest in technology and show-stopping experiences that will really capture your imagination.

Prepare to be overwhelmed with choice at January’s Show.  Hundreds of boats and brands will be interspersed with everything you could possibly need to get afloat from holiday suggestions to the latest marine electronics; it’s the perfect place to satisfy your intrigue, interest and passion in the depths of winter.  

 World leading sailing yachts and motor boats will be wowing the crowds, with ‘the stars on show’ from leading British builders Sunseeker International, Princess Yachts, Oyster Boats, Cockwells, Fairline Boats, Williams Performance Tenders and Ribeye as well as boats from international builders such as Beneteau and Jeanneau to name a few.

 Where adventure starts

The London Boat Show entrance will be nothing short of awe-inspiring.  Enter the Show through a dramatic wall of rain, then plan your day with the technologically groundbreaking digital information wall, highlighting the must see talks, seminars, new products and boating personalities at the Show on your chosen day.  Navigating the Show has never been easier.

An exhilarating 4D journey

No matter what your boating experience or choice of craft, weather is the one thing that connects us all.  Experiences at sea or inland are made all the more memorable, be it a glorious day on the water or the most challenging of environments.  Head to the London Boat Show’s 4D Experience and find yourself immersed in six epic environments out at sea where you can take in the atmosphere, temperature, scent, wind and soundscape of the globe from the Arctic to the Tropics and everything in-between. 

Innovation will shine

The London Boat Show will be a place to inspire. Plans to enable you to get started on your next adventure at the Show are underway with details of yet another exciting attraction to be revealed in the coming weeks.

Stop off for an indulgent lunch at the Show’s very own restaurant located in amongst the powerboats or complete your journey through the Show with a well-earned drink at the infamous Guinness Bar.  And for the first weekend, extend your visit with a trip to the brand-new London Classic Car Show and also the Telegraph Cruise Show. 

The Show takes place at ExCeL London, just 25 minutes from the very heart of London’s city centre.  One of the top cities in the world, London is renowned for its creativity, arts and culture and is the perfect host for this world-class boat show.


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