Premier’s Swanwick Marina confirmed today that its Used Boat Show, which was due to return on Saturday 10th October and run until 18th October 2020, has been cancelled.
Premier’s onsite brokerages at Swanwick Marina and partners will continue to hold new and use stock and be open over those dates; conducting private viewings by prior appointment for serious buyers.
For current stock information visit their individual websites: Ancasta International Boat Sales, Clipper Marine, Princess Motor Yachts, Fairline, Sea Ventures, Sunseeker Southampton and Vortec Marine.
Graham Bristowe, Swanwick’s General Manager, said: “This show is incredibly popular with both customers and exhibitors, but in light of the ongoing pandemic, we have taken the difficult but necessary decision to cancel to ensure we are complying with not only the Government’s legislation. But all being well, the team and I are looking forward to bringing it back with gusto in 2021.”
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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