Motorboat & Yachting: Fairline Yachts will make its comeback in a big way at the 2016 British Motor Yacht Show, with five models on display from 42ft to 60ft.
Fairline Yachts has confirmed that it will be exhibiting five models at the upcoming 2016 British Motor Yacht Show.
The boat show at Swanwick Marina from 20-22 May 2016 will see Fairline Yachts relaunch itself after recent buyout by Russian investors.
Fairline models will be at display with range from 42ft-60ft including models from the Targa and Squadron collections.
The British Motor Yacht Show is a free event and will also feature five models from Sunseeker and five models from Princess Yachts who are key supporters of this annual event.
The boat show was first launched in 2013 and it aims to provide a boutique atmosphere for serious buyers. Attendance and parking is free, but anyone interested in booking a private viewing of one of the models on display is advised to call ahead.
British Motor Yacht Show to have at least 15 new boats on display from Sunseeker, Princess and Fairline
More information has been released about the inaugural British Motor Yacht Show, which will run from 17-19 May at Swanwick Marina on the River Hamble.
This is the first time the dealers behind the UK’s biggest yards have come together like this to jointly host an event proudly displaying the cream of British boatbuilding.
The show’s organisers, Princess Motor Yacht Sales, Fairline Southampton and Sunseeker Southampton, are expecting up to 1,000 visitors over the weekend, but with free entry that figure could end up being far higher.
There will also be displays from “handpicked” industry leaders such as MTU, Caterpillar, Volvo Penta and Garmin.
Trevor Betts, general manager at Fairline Southampton, said: “It makes perfect sense for Britain’s premier motor yacht distributors to form an alliance to promote British expertise.
“In the general context, we are stronger if we work together. Symbolically, this show is hugely significant.”
It’s not known at present precisely which boats will be on display but check the show’s website (to go live in April) for more information as it arises.
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