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BoatBid Auction 10th to 14th February - Bidding has begun!
At the end of January brokers from Boatshed Bourgogne, Boatshed Midi Canals & Boatshed Paris got together for a seminar concentrating on the year ahead and a training session in the use of our new Virtual Reality technology. The Port of Decize is an ideal location with its comfortable hotel and chalet accommodation, a good restaurant and most important of all (for us) first class, modern conference facilities. Oh! and an excellent central heating system! It’s -9° outside but in spite of the cold in the air and the ice on the water our intrepid brokers all turned up for our 2 day event. 100% turn out .... Bravo! By enabling the use of VR on the Boatshed platform it is now possible to make a virtual visit of boats from “the comfort of your own home”. With a click of your mouse grab and turn the image up, down and around and "visit" the boat just as if you were there. For an even more immersive experience try looking at the images through VR viewers on your smartphone. It’s just like being on board!
Maybe you’re into canals and narrowboats, or maybe you’d rather be on a motor boat or yacht, but you just can’t get down to the coast this weekend: These tips from the towpath will give you some unusual date ideas to impress the one you love this weekend.
Boatshed report on the Dusseldorf Boat Show. This month, the Boatshed team visited the Dusseldorf Boat Show.
Boatshed.com conquers the thousands of miles between their HQ in the UK and Australia as they welcome Boatshed Gold Coast to the group:
Park Your Boat for Sale: A Flexible, Moneysaving Arrangement with Marinas
If thoughts of New Year’s Resolutions and unrealistic goals have already got you feeling the January blues, why not brighten up your day by planning some surprisingly fun, canal-boat themed resolutions? Here are some of our best ideas to float your boat, and get you back into the flow of things for 2017.
The next auction runs from Friday 10th February 2017 until Tuesday 14th February 2017
The deadline for entries to the February BoatBid auction has been extended to 1700 on Friday 6th January. The catalogue will be open to view from the 11th of January and the auction will run from the 10-14th of February.
Seattle BoatBid is now open and the closing date for entries is 21/01/17. The catalogue of boats will then be compiled and released on 02/02/17 and the live auction will run from the 3-7/03/17.
We are delighted that Nick Crook has recently joined the Boatshed team as a broker for Boatshed Suffolk.
2017 is nearly upon us, and are you thinking that you may like to make a change to your current job? Why not consider becoming a yacht broker with Boatshed?
It's always good to know a little more about the team at Boatshed and this month we've been chatting to Carol who is a broker for both Boatshed Dartmouth and Boatshed Commercial.
We love it when we receive feedback from buyers or sellers as it helps us to ensure that we are offering the best service that we can, below are some of the comments we have received recently.
What do you do if you have some old cinnamon and raisin bread which had dried out a little, some free range eggs, a tin of cream and a little milk? Make a decent winter pudding - which when its cold can be eaten in slabs as cake!
If you fancy a dip in the sea at Christmas, you are either brave/daft or raising money for charity – after all who would want to leave the comfort of their over warm homes to jump into icy waters if it wasn’t for charity!?
We are delighted to announce that Phil Berkeley has recently joined the team as the new owner of Boatshed Suffolk.
Since our last blog Jeanne has again suffered a set back and has had to abandon her non stop circumnavigation of the world attempt.
Time is running out to find the perfect gift for the boater in your life! If your loved ones enjoy spending time on the inland waterways we have some unusual suggestions of how to surprise them this year.