Premier Marinas Swanwick have announced that the British Motor Yacht Show 2020 will now run from Thursday 11th to 14th June 2020. This deferral comes in response to the rapidly changing Coronavirus (Covid-19) situation. Now in its seventh year, the June show is set to feature a stunning line up of top British brands, Fairline, Princess and Sunseeker plus over 20 high profile overseas motor boats and tenders.
Graham Bristowe, Premier's Swanwick Marina General Manager explained further: "Following discusion with our show partners Fairline, Princess and Sunseeker, we believe that moving the show into June is both a prudent and responsible approach to the Coronavirus risk as it is presented at this time"
For those who wish to visit the British Motor Yacht Show in June, further information on the exhibitor line up at Premier's Swanwick Marina can be found at www.britishmotoryachtshow.com
Backed by top British luxury motor yacht brands Fairline, Princess and Sunseeker, and hosted by Premier's Swanwick Marina, the British Motor Yacht Show is set to grow to make the 2020 show arguably the biggest motor yacht show in the UK.
Since inception, the BMYS has built an enviable reputation for presenting a stunning line up of luxuy motor yachts, powerboats and RIBs, and this year will be even better. The high-end show will deliver carefully curated on water and shore side display areas, with model premieres, featuring the finest motor craft from around the globe at a range of lengths from 32 to 95 feet.
Alongside headline brands Fairline, Princess and Sunseeker, returning exhibits are expected to include craft from Azimut, Axopar, Brabus, Bavaria, Chris-Craft, Hinckley, Hunt Yachts, Jeanneau, Nordhavn, Prestige Yachts, Sealine and Williams Ribs; new to the line-up will be Fleming Yachts, Parker Boats and Pearl Yachts, a company firmly rooted in the international yachting industry.
Now celebrating its seventh year, the in-water exhibits will showcase Swanwick Marina's innovative new floating marina. With free entry and parking on site, visitors can expect to be impressed with the number of high-profile overseas brands in addition to the comprehensive range of British built craft.
Established in 2014, Graham Bristowe, Swanwick Marina's General Manager, reflects on the show's longevity and reputation for being the UK's biggest motor boat show.
"We are always incredibly proud to host such a plethora of magnificent motor yacht brands over this period. I think the show's attraction and its natural expansions year on year is because the show remains unique and focussed on motor boats of all types. Unlike the crowded international shows, the British Motor Yacht Show offers buyers the chance to see beautifully designed boats from global brands up close and personal, and attendees appreciate the 'private time' and space to talk to the experts who have a passion for their brands".
Moreover, the 2020 show, which will be supported with live music entertainment and an artisan gin bar, will build on the success of previous years with luxury motorcar brands, courtesy of complementing the line-up of luxury crafts.
So whether you are a first-time buyer looking for in-depth advice from the experts or an experienced owner wanting to upgrade your current model, this show is a 'must visit' as it celebrates all the exciting aspects of boat ownership.
Further information on the exhibitor line up at Premier's Swanwick Marina can be found at www.britishmotoryachtshow.com
Establised in 1994, Premier Marinas owns and operates nine of the UK's most prestigious marinas. All based on the South Coast, locations include; Eastbourne, Brighton, Chichester, Southsea, Port Solent, Gosport, Swanwick, Noss on Dart and Falmouth in Cornwall. With over 5,000 berths combined, Premier Marinas strives to be the finest operator in the UK, providing first-class boat storage services and quality boatyard facilities at all its marinas.
Premier Marinas is owned by the Wellcome Trust, a global charitable foundation that exists to improve health for everyone. Wellcome has a diversified investment portfolio and a long-term approach to investment, as a result of which it aims to spend around £1 billion a year supporting scientists and researchers in biomedicine, the humanities and the social sciences, and public engagement and education in these fields.