Sealine International is to exhibit at next year's London Boat Show after a two-year hiatus
Sealine International has signed up for the 2011 Tullett Prebon London International Boat Show after a break of two years.
Sealine cited the economic climate as its reason for not exhibiting at the 2009 and 2010 London Boat Shows, saying it could only justify the costs involved with exhibiting at one UK show per year – the Southampton Boat Show.
Confirming the company’s return to the London Boat Show, Nick Powell, Sealine’s head of marketing, said, “The National Boat Shows (NBS) team has made significant changes to the 2011 show in order to attract a broader audience and to deliver the best possible showcase for exhibitors. We are therefore pleased to be bringing a selection from our range of modern sportscruisers and flybridge motoryachts to the show.”
The announcement is welcome news to the event organiser NBS, as Sealine has historically been one of the largest exhibitors at the show, drawing a large crowd.
The London Boat Show will be revamped for 2011 with a new layout and more floor space.