Dec 282010

Fantastic powerboats, sensational superyachts and dreamy dinghies…they’re all lined up for the 2011 London Boat Show at ExCel in London’s Docklands from January 7th – 16th 2011.

Boardwalk London Boat Show

New Larger Boardwalk at the London Boat Show

This year features a New larger boardwalk.

Designed to look like a marina – just without the water – the boardwalk allows you to view boats from the same aspect as if they were floating on water, with the added benefit of being able to inspect the undersides without getting wet!

Take the time to walk along the much-enlarged boardwalk and step on to a variety of sail and power boats.  With a 15m ceiling height, compared to the standard 10m, you’ll be able to see yachts complete with their masts.

Princess 32 arriving at London Boat Show

Princess 32 arriving at the London Boat Show

Preparations are well underway for the 2011 Tullett Prebon London International Boat Show, w, with the brand new Princess 32 metre motor yacht being lifted from the Royal Victoria Dock.

The superyacht, which makes its world debut at the Show, is the largest boat to ever be displayed inside the halls of the ExCeL centre. At 100 tonnes, the Princess 32 metre is the heaviest boat that has ever been lifted into the Show.

With an eye-watering length of 32 metres and at over 13 metres tall, squeezing it into the South Hall in preparation for the annual boating showcase will be no easy logistical feat.

The Princess 32 metre is among some 1000 boats on Show from 7 – 16 January. Throughout the 10 day event, hundreds of exhibitors will showcase the marine industry’s finest products, services and equipment and an enormous range of boats – from kayaks and dinghies to sail boats and motor yachts which will be open to climb aboard, explore and trial.

The Show opens this year with a host of brand new features, attractions and regular favourites, making it an unmissable day out where everything to do with activity on, in and under the water is there to be discovered and enjoyed.

 11:33 am  Yachts

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