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SBS BoatLife 2023

SBS Boatlife display

SBS BoatLife 2023 at NEC Birmingham from 16th to 19th February 2023 will feature a wide range of sub-50ft trailerable boats, including RIBs, powerboats and sailboats.

Visitors can enjoy the large inland display, new angling village plus water sports demonstrations on the pool, alongside equipment suppliers, marine ambassadors and holiday companies. Live talks will take place on the stage plus fun competitions and a selection of bars/restaurants to enhance the overall experience. Top-level power brands exhibiting will include Bayliner, Axopar, Cobra, SeaRay, Zodiac, Ranieri and many more, covering all styles and budgets in this exciting sector.

For a fantastic family day out experiencing everything the boating lifestyle has to offer, visit: www.boatlifeevents.com

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BOAT TOUR: Highfield 800 Sport & Yamaha 300 V6

20 June 2022 | PBR TV

We take a look over the Sport model from Highfield. The 800 on display at the Palma Boat Show features a Yamaha 300V6 and a lot of design elements into the deck area. Check out this quick boat tour to give you an idea of what the Sport range is all about.

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Future Energy – 2022 Monaco Energy Boat Challenge

15th January 2023|FEATURES|

PBR correspondent Richard Johnstone-Bryden gets a glimpse of a greener future as he reports on the 2022 Monaco Energy Boat Challenge, and the race teams’ intriguing, sustainable solutions.   The annual Monaco Energy Boat Challenge continues to build momentum with the 2022 event attracting a record 38 teams, including 27 universities, and 36 exhibitors from 21 nations who brought a combined fleet of over 50 boats to the Principality’s famous Port Hercule. This year’s debutants included teams from Canada, Peru and India, the latter being particularly notable as it was the nation’s first team to compete in an international

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