The All Wales Boat Show takes place from Friday 9 to Sunday 11 June at Conwy Quays Marina and Marine Energy Wales will be exhibiting and speaking during the Marine Careers Day.

For 2017, the land based part of the Show will be free to enter with donations welcomed for either the RNLI or the Sea Cadets (£5 pontoon entry), the Show will appeal to people already enjoying or wanting the coastal lifestyle, whether they be boat owners, watersport lovers or families looking for an enjoyable day out. The Show will continue to be fully interactive with exclusive experiences, with visitors having the chance to discover a diverse range of boats, exhibitors and activities, including plenty of opportunities to have a go themselves. The Marine Careers Day is on Friday 9th June only.

The Show, which is the only event that promotes Wales’ fast growing marine leisure industry, is being sponsored by GJW Insurance, Quay Marinas, The Warren Abersoch, Hill Dickinson and new for 2017 are
The Mulberry pub and its owner Robinsons Brewery, Blah creative agency and the Manchester Evening News, while Urdd Gobaith Cymru, the Welsh League of Youth aim to increase on the water activity for
children and young people living in Wales will be a show partner.

Whether you’re visiting from the Holyhead Ferry from Ireland (direct trains from Holyhead and London Euston) or crossing the border from the North West, the West Midlands, Greater Manchester, the
Borderlands or from across Wales, this is the National Boat Show for Wales, the gateway to marine leisure on the Irish Sea.

Find out more on their website here –