The South Coast Boat Show
This new event will feature the marine industry’s most exciting and innovative global power and sail brands. There will be more than 50 new boats on display for serious buyers to explore. The show is timed perfectly for those wishing to get afloat this season in a stunning 20-60 foot sail or power boat.Over 20 top brands are already confirmed as exhibiting with more to come including: Arcona Yachts, Axopar London Group, Bavaria, Beneteau power and sail, Dehler, Dragonfly, Dufour Yachts, Elan, Fjord, Fleming, Fountaine Pajot, Galeon, Hallberg-Rassy, Hanse, J-Boats, Jeanneau power and sail, Lagoon catamarans, Marlin, Najad Yachts,Nautitech, Ocqueteau, Rhea, Sasga Yachts, Sargo and X-Yachts.The South Coast Boat Show has been set-up to facilitate serious boat buyers who want to experience a high-quality range of product in stunning surroundings. With an extensive selection of leading global power and sail brands on show, it will appeal to those who are looking to purchase a brand-new vessel immediately, or within the next 6-18 months.Dealers from across the region will be on hand, ready to offer expert knowledge and guidance throughout the process of buying, whether it’s a first, second or third purchase.Those who wish to attend The South Coast Boat Show are asked to visit: southcoastboatshow.com and follow the registration process when it opens.“We’re delighted to be hosting this unique event,” says Scott Farquharson, MDL’s Ocean Village Marina Manager. “We’re looking forward to welcoming the South Coast Dealers’ Consortium to our stunning marina, with its five-star facilities, and also seeing all the amazing boats on show. It’s an honour and a privilege to have been chosen as the location for The South Coast Boat Show, and here at MDL we’re all really excited to be getting involved.”
Ocean Village Marina is owned by MDL Marinas. It’s in the shelter of Southampton Water, and right in the heart of the city itself, and is surrounded by shops, restaurants, a cinema and bars. The basin, formerly used for commercial ships, is deep enough to offer mooring facilities for tall ships and superyachts. It has also become famous for hosting the start or finish of round-the-world yacht races. The marina is home to a £50m luxury spa hotel complex, the city’s tallest building, and exciting new restaurant and retail openings.