The Crick Boat Show is one of the most anticipated events in the boating community, and this year’s show promises to be bigger and better than ever. With just a few weeks to go until the show begins, boating enthusiasts across the UK are counting down the days.
This year’s show will take place from the 27th to the 29th May 2023 at Crick Marina, Crick, Northants. It’s billed as Britain’s Biggest Inland Waterways Festival, and it’s easy to see why. There’s so much to see and do at the show, from browsing the latest boats to checking out the latest accessories and gadgets for your vessel.
One of the highlights of the Crick Boat Show is the chance to talk to experts in the boating industry. Whether you’re a seasoned boater or new to the world of boating, you’ll find plenty of people at the show who are passionate about boating and eager to share their knowledge with you.
One company that’s sure to draw a crowd at this year’s show is Onboard Solare], which will be exhibiting its solar power packages for Narrowboats, Widebeams and Dutch Barges. Visitors to the company’s stand, V-BMR5, will have the opportunity to learn more about how these solar power solutions can enhance their boating experience and make their vessels more eco-friendly.
In addition to exhibitors, the Crick Boat Show will feature a range of activities and events to keep visitors entertained. There will be live music, food and drink vendors, and a range of workshops and seminars covering everything from boat maintenance to cooking on board.
Of course, safety is always a top priority when it comes to boating, and the Crick Boat Show will provide visitors with the opportunity to brush up on their safety skills. There will be lifejacket clinics, fire safety demonstrations, and much more.
As the countdown to the Crick Boat Show continues, excitement is building among boating enthusiasts across the UK. Whether you’re looking to buy a new boat, learn more about the latest boating technologies, or just have a great day out with friends and family, the Crick Boat Show is the place to be this May