Roadshow will "bring adventure of boating to both new audiences and existing customers", company says

Visitors to the London Boat Show will no doubt have noticed the conspicuous absence of Sealine, one of the biggest motorboat builders in the UK.

The builder made the decision last year to stop attending the London event, and instead focus on a more direct, regional approach to marketing its craft.

The result is the Sealine Experience Roadshow, which was unveiled for the first time today.

Sealine Experience logo

The roadshow  will begin in March and run until July, and will pull up at 14 locations around the country, from Weymouth and Windermere to Brighton and Ipswich.

The series of events are designed to “bring the adventure of boating to both new audiences and existing customers in locations around the UK”, the company said.

Sealine’s exciting new F46 will be present at each stage, with details of further boats due to be released in the near future.

At each regional event, visitors will have a chance to try out the F46’s Zeus drive system, seatrial other boats in the range, and chat with Sealine personnel about the craft.

More details about the Sealine Roadshow Experience will be released in February.