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London Boat Show

Posted: Sun Jan 08, 2017 8:38 am
by Fredthecharlie
Just a quick note, I visited the Show yesterday and as usual there was lots to see and | have made a not of some interesting things you might miss
Hobie Mirage Drive you can now select forward or reverse Stand B089
Dah di Dah Publishing A series of little waterproof tear resistant books that provide a flow chart to help in emergency; titles include Emergency First Aid. Baby and Child Emergency First Aid, Diesel Engine Help and Navigation. No substitute for a previous specialist course but extremely simple and clear for the unprepared. Stand E020
Easy Canoe a folding Canadian Canoe from a Corridex? like material, easy to assemble and refold into a suitcase sized package. there is also a dinghy version not quite so slick but probably useable. Stand B006
Rand Boats an electric launch, attractive powered by Torquedo with a good claimed range from Denmark Stand C135
Princess Yachts, the usual collection of large expensive motor yachts but in a tunnel under the stand is a display of how they are built consisting of video of the workshops and a display of metal fabrication and GRP fabrication and experts to explain the processes. Stand D160
Overboard Waterproof Bags, a good selection of waterproof Holdalls and Backpacks etc Stand A053
Ventura Yachts, not the real thing but in their literature display was a hand out about a two person electric powered foil born boat "Quadrafoil" it looked interesting and I possibly not just a concept Stand A150
Some very quiet stands F150 Classic Boats, F160 and F170 ON the Water Starter Boats were interesting displays that could easily be missed