January 2014 sees the London Boat Show celebrate its diamond anniversary.
Saturday 4 January will see the doors open on the 60th Show in the capital while Monday 6 January is official press day, packed with World, European and UK boat and product launches.
Throughout the 9-day Show, hundreds of exhibitors will showcase an unrivalled selection of boats, marine products, accessories, services, clothing ranges, chandlery, electronics, engines and more as well as offer a wide range of activities that will entertain the whole family Ðthere will be something to suit every taste and budget.
The Fairline Squadron 78, celebrates the 100th of this model to be built at the London Boat Show 2014, ExCeL, London.
Come and relive the momentous victory of the America’s Cup as Sir Ben Ainslie joins the Show on Wednesday 8th January and his J.P.Morgan BAR AC45 catamaran will be on display for the full nine days.
Make sure you wrap up warm to venture outside where you will see an array of historic and iconic feature boats. You can climb aboard and hear the tales of the 1899 sailing barge Melissa, view the most powerful single screw diesel powered harbour tug Kent, explore the Massey Shaw and enjoy many more.
A 4.2 Litre Mercury engine is cleaned at the London Boat Show 2014, ExCeL, London, ahead of the show opening tomorrow.
The 2014 Show brings free-to-do activities, learning experiences and each Show ticket gains visitors access to the Telegraph Cruise Show, from Thursday 9 – Sunday 12 January.
Located at ExCeL, it could not be easier to visit the Show – with the new cable car spanning the river from Greenwich to the Royal Docks; you can take in views of London on the way! It is also accessible by DLR, rail and car parking is available on site. www.londonboatshow.com/
Boat cleaning at the London Boat Show 2014, ExCeL, London tomorrow.
Final preparations on the Princess 82 ahead of the London Boat Show 2014, at ExCeL, London, opening tomorrow.