The world’s most prestigious motor yacht brands including show partners, Fairline, Princess and Sunseeker, are primed and ready for the launch of the 2022 British Motor Yacht Show next month.
Running from 15 – 19 June, the event at Premier’s Swanwick Marina will welcome many high-profile and emerging brands. This year will include Alva Yachts presenting model details for its new Ocean ECO 60 Coupe: Clipper Marine is also excited for the UK debut of the Bavaria SR36 model, while Fjord, one of the show’s newest exhibitors, will be displaying their Fjord 41. Additionally, Ancasta will have a total of six models on display with Protector making its show debut, and Bluegame’s BGX60 being displayed for the first time in the UK.
Fairline Southampton will have six models on display: a Squadron 68 and 50, a Targa 45 and 50 GT, Targa 65 GTO, and the beautifully sculptured F//Line 33. Princess Motor Yacht Sales is expected to display its F50, V55 and S78 models on the water, and Sunseeker Southampton will present five models, including the Sunseeker 65 Sport Yacht, the Sunseeker Predator 74 XPS, and the Sunseeker Manhattan 68.
Over the years the British Motor Yacht Show has established an enviable reputation for presenting a stunning line up of world’s most prestigious motor yachts. This year’s event will be no different with an even greater range of brands on offer including: Agapi, Aquila, Bavaria, Beneteau, Galeon, Greenline, Jeanneau, Pearl, Prestige, Sealine, Sea-Ray, Setag, Supermarine, Sur Marine, and the new, German motorboat brand, RYCK.
Now in its ninth year the 2022 show is sponsored by General Yacht & Leisure Finance (GYLF), CGI Finance, Sevenstar Yacht Transport, with Raymarine, one of the world’s leading marine electronics brands joining as first-time technology sponsor.
The British Motor Yacht Show is free to attend with appointments required to view boats within the marina. To find out more register now at www.britishmotoryachtshow.com. Private viewing appointments can be requested for all the brands on display.