The Northern Boat Show is being held on 25th to 28th May 2018 to coincide with the Mersey River Festival and Tall Ships Liverpool 2018. A huge fleet of tall ships is expected and an estimated one million spectators flocking to Liverpool’s waterfront. The Western Boat Show will be held over 3 days on 20th to 22nd July 2018 to coincide with the Bristol Harbour Festival and an estimated 250,000 visitors descending on the harbour front. Both Boat Shows cover the inland and offshore markets with a huge array of boats and boating products catering for all ways of getting on the water.
Between May 25-28, Liverpool will be transformed in to three cultural festivals – Liverpool Festival in the city centre, Irish Festival at the Albert Dock and French Festival on the Pier Head, each with their own unique atmosphere and cultural experience. Expect spectacular performances, unique entertainment, street animation and live music, as Liverpool waterfront is transformed.
Bristol Harbour Festival is one of the UK's largest public festivals and a chance for the city to showcase its rich musical and performance roots. The Bristol Harbour Festival attracts thousands of visitors to explore the two mile stretch of the harbour featuring seven areas including dance, music, children's activities, a busy on-water programme and phenomenal circus performances.
Richard Milbourn, Event Director of the Northern and Western Boat Shows said, “You will not find a better weekends entertainment for your family in Liverpool and Bristol. Most importantly, the Festivals and Tall Ships are free events and visitors can even register for free pontoon tickets to look at the boats on display in the Northern and Western Boat Shows enabling more people to become inspired to get on the water whether they’ve never owned a boat before or an experienced skipper.”
To claim free pontoon tickets for the Northern and Western Boat Shows please visit www.northernboatshow.co.uk and www.westernboatshow.co.uk
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After months of anticipation the first fruit of the exciting new collaboration between two British boatbuilders – Broom Boats and Tyler Wilson – has emerged.
The heritage-honed steelwork skills of Tyler Wilson's narrowboat and wide beam boats and barges are born in the heart of the UK's canal network, while the craftsmanship of Broom Boats has been evident on its highly valued range of river and seagoing motor yachts for more than a century. The TylerBroom range is a testament to the artisan skills of these two excellent British Boatbuilders, who have come together to offer a fusion of the very best of the best.
TylerBroom narrowboats and wide beam boats provide perfect options, whether considering using the boat for weekends and holidays or as a permanent place to live with modern interiors, all accommodated in a very high quality traditional hull. Hull preferences and interior specifications are discussed with prospective customers by highly experienced sales agent Tingdene Boat Sales. Interiors are then designed by Broom in-house using handpicked materials to create a high quality contemporary finish.
The first Tyler Broom, a 58ft narrow beam semi-traditional stern model, has been launched at the Crick Boat Show, 26-29 May 2017, on stand LB5. It features a remarkably bright and airy interior with a master cabin at the stern that makes the very best of the 6ft 10in beam. Powered by a Nanni 43hp diesel with twin alternators, this first 58 has been specified with a high standard of technical fit out, including bow thruster, 3kW inverter, Eberspächer waterbased immersion and central heating, to name just a few of many features. Even as you step aboard you’ll notice luxurious, yet practical touches like the hardwood topped exterior lockers.
The show model is listed at £149,950 inc VAT and further details can be found at http://www.tingdeneboatsales.net/TylerBroom