Did you miss the Southampton Boat Show or would you like a second look at boats we were showing there, out on the pontoons and in our stand? Then no problem! Just make a date to visit Thames & Kennet Marina's latest open weekend which commences on Friday 30 September and runs until Sunday 2 October.
Marking the pinnacle of a very busy summer, Tingdene Boat Sales and its sister company, Tingene Marinas, will offer no less than 20 different locations around Mayflower Park, afloat and ashore, at which visitors will be able to meet up with staff and view the extensive range of boats and marinas on offer from both companies.
Tingdene's picturesque Upton Marina on the River Severn will play host on 20-21 August 2016 to a stunning quartet of new motorboats from the Tingdene Boat Sales stable, including the Broom 35 Coupe, Antaris Sixty6 sloop, Bavaria S36 sportscruiser and the innovative Bavaria E40 which is currently on its European maiden tour. Plus you'll be able to view a wide selection of pre-owned boats.
Tingdene Boat Sales is set to have its largest ever presence at the Southampton International Boat Show on 16-25 September 2016 and to help us celebrate that, we've got a great ticket offer for you. For example you can save £7 on normal entrance tickets for the preview day.
In order to mark the official opening of its new boat sales office at Portishead Quays Marina, Tingdene Boat Sales, in partnership with Quay Marinas, is holding an open weekend on 13-14 August.
The Open Weekend is a great opportunity for families to visit to learn more about boating from Tingdene’s local expert and qualified Yachtmaster Jason Rowles, who is very familiar with the waters of the Bristol Channel and is well known in the region. Local RYA Training Centre Compass Sea School will be attending both days to explain how to get afloat on all types of boats, large and small and the RNLI Portishead station will also be present on the Saturday to provide safety on the water advice.
Tingdene Boat Sales, in partnership with Quay Marinas is opening a new and bespoke boat sales office at the award winning Portishead Quays Marina, on the Bristol Channel.
The Portishead Quays Marina sales office is located in a brand new building on the pontoons of the 5 Gold Anchor 280-berth haven. It is ideally placed to serve the whole of the surrounding area from the Severn Estuary, River Avon and across to Cardiff Bay with a full range of boat sales services including pre-owned boats and new boats from Antaris, Bavaria Motorboats and Bavaria Yachts, Broom Boats, Da Vinci and Viking Cruisers.
Tingdene Boat Sales has significantly expanded the range of new boats on offer from its 10 sales offices that cover many of Britain’s busiest boating areas.
We have been appointed the UK exclusive representative for the Da Vinci motor yacht range from the Netherlands and have signed an agreement to represent Bavaria motorboats and yachts from Germany on the River Thames, Norfolk Broads, Cambridgeshire Ouse, River Severn and Severn Estuary for official Bavaria UK importer Clipper Marine Boat Sales.
We have also announced our partnership with Bushnells Boat Sales and Marine Services to sell Antaris, Maril and Makma sloops from the Netherlands. All three ranges join Tingdene Boat Sales’ existing representation of Broom Boats and Viking river and canal cruisers.
It's a busy month ahead for Tingdene Boat Sales as we will be appearing at several key regional boat shows in the UK – the Horning Boat Show in Norfolk, the Poole Harbour Boat Show in Dorset, the Crick Boat Show in Northamptonshire and then the Beale Park Boat and Outdoor Show on the Thames in Berkshire.
Tingdene Boat Sales is expanding the services it is able to offer right across the UK by opening a new sales office on the River Great Ouse, in the heart of the popular waterways of The Fens.
The acquisition last week by Tingdene Marinas of the 200-berth Hartford Marina, in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, provides the group with an ideal location between its marinas on the Norfolk Broads, the Thames, the Wey navigation and the Severn. The Great Ouse can be reached via the Middle Levels and River Nene from the canal system, which makes Hartford equally suitable for river cruisers and narrowboats.