For the first time in many years, Port Solent Marina will be hosting a New & Used Boat Show, which will run from July 11-12

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Port Solent Marina has announced that its New & Used Boat Show will be making a return this summer, after a long absence.

As its name suggests, the new show will feature new and used boats and will run over the weekend of July 11-12.

Local brokers Clipper Marine and Ancasta are involved, which means that brand new models from Bénéteau, Bavaria, Lagoon and Prestige will be on display at this free event.

And Fleming Yachts, who recently opened a UK office in Swanwick, will be bringing along a brand new Fleming 55.

On-site chandlery Marine Super Store will have a range of products from Raymarine, Navico and Garmin to demonstrate, while Golden Arrow will be demonstrating Honwave T24 RIBs and Torqueedo electric outboards.

The RNLI will be offering owners a free lifejacket safety clinic, as well as free advice on staying safe at sea.

Finally, those looking for a flashy sportscar can admire a selection of the latest models from Maserati and Porsche.

Food and drink will be available from the Port House on-site restaurant, including a full fried breakfast and vegetarian curry for lunch (from 11:30 onwards).

Graham Bristowe, General Manager at Port Solent Marina, said: “We haven’t had a New and Used Boat Show at Port Solent for quite a number of years and I’m especially pleased that we are able to host this show to highlight our prime brokerage services and welcome new tenants into the community.”

Port Solent Marina is part of the Premier Marinas group and features more than 800 berths measuring up to 40 metres.

Update: The full list of motor boats going on display at the 2015 Port Solent New & Used Boat Show is as follows:

  • AMT 185BR
  • Bavaria Sport 32
  • Bavaria Sport 360
  • Fairline Targa 34 (2001)
  • Fleming 55
  • Honwave T24
  • Jeanneau Leader 40
  • Jeanneau Velasco 37F
  • Jeanneau Merry Fisher 755
  • Jeanneau Merry Fisher 855
  • Prestige 420 Fly
  • Windy 37 Grand Mistral (2008)