Premier Marinas is delighted to announce that the British Motor Yacht Show, which was due to go ahead on 11th – 14th June, will now take place later in the summer with all the necessary precautions in place to ensure the safety of visitors and comply with the current Covid-19 regulations.


The show will also be extended to nine days and will run over two weekends, from Saturday 1 August to Sunday 9 August (10.00 – 19.00) to give everyone the opportunity to view the boats they want to see.


To manage visitor numbers, entry to the show will be strictly by appointment, with visitors required to pre-register and make arrangements to view a specific boat or boats in advance of their arrival. Safety and security protocols will ensure social distancing is maintained at all times and there will be multiple hygiene stations for hand sanitising.


A well matched collaboration showcasing top British brands, Fairline, Princess and Sunseeker, this year’s event at Swanwick Marina will also welcome a number of high profile overseas brands including Agapi, Azimut, Bavaria, Bayliner, Beneteau, Brabus, BRIGG, Chris-Craft, Greenline, Invictus, Jeanneau, Prestige, Sealine as well as Williams Jet Tenders and Highfield Ribs. 


Fairline Southampton will display its Targa 45GT, Targa 45 Open, Targa 48 Open, Squadron 53 and Squadron 68 alongside the highly-anticipated and beautifully sculptured F//Line 33 – a worthy winner in the Motorboat Awards 2020.


Princess Motor Yacht Sales will display a whole new breed of yacht, the Princess R35.

A provocative, fully carbon specimen, powered by V8 engines and reaching a top speed of 50 knots; presenting the very latest in advanced technology and naval architecture. 

Plus in the water, Princess will be showing the F70, F62, S62, S66, V55, and V50.



Making its UK debut at the show, Sunseeker Southampton will unveil the stunning, all-new Manhattan 68 – a model designed to offer exceptional levels of comfort and luxury with incredible detailing. Other vessels on display will include the Sunseeker Manhattan 52 and Predator 50, 60 and 74.


Now celebrating its seventh year, entry to this boutique show remains free but boat viewings will be limited to a maximum of four people at a time – all from the same household.*


For those who wish to make an appointment to visit the British Motor Yacht Show or want further information on the exhibitor line up, details can be found at and for general enquiries, email  Following submission of a request for an appointment, visitors will be contacted by the relevant brokers to discuss the boats in more detail and make appointments for private viewings.


*Please note that entry to the show will not be permitted without a pre-arranged private viewing appointment.


Premier Marinas


Established in 1994, Premier Marinas owns and operates nine of the UK’s most prestigious marinas. All based on the South Coast, locations include: Eastbourne, Brighton, Chichester, Southsea, Port Solent, Gosport, Swanwick, Noss on Dart and Falmouth in Cornwall. With over 5,000 berths combined, Premier Marina strives to be the finest marina operator in the UK, providing first-class boat storage services and quality boatyard facilities at all its marinas.


Premier Marinas is owned by the Wellcome Trust, a global charitable foundation that exists to improve health for everyone. Wellcome has a diversified investment portfolio and a long-term approach to investment, as a result of which it aims to spend around £1 billion a year supporting scientists and researchers in biomedicine, the humanities and the social sciences, and public engagement and education in these fields.

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