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London Boat Show 2018: New boating and watersports holidays attraction

PUBLISHED: 15:03 07 December 2017 | UPDATED: 16:24 07 December 2017

A chance to try out canioeing in the watersports holiday area. Picture: onEdition

A chance to try out canioeing in the watersports holiday area. Picture: onEdition

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A new attraction makes its debut at the London Boat Show next month.

Boating enthusiasts discover and explore some of the most sought after products and upcoming trends for the year ahead. Picture: onEdition. Boating enthusiasts discover and explore some of the most sought after products and upcoming trends for the year ahead. Picture: onEdition.

The Boating and Watersports Holiday Show 2018 features an interactive area focusing on re-creating the UK’s spectacular inland waterways while demonstrating the variety of overseas and home holidays available.

Surrounding the attraction will be a number of brands showcasing the best of the inland sector, including Stalham-based Richardson’s Boating Holidays, which runs the largest fleet in the Broads National Park.

Designed to recreate the ultimate in a beach club environment, the Beach Club and Activity Pool will offer visitors the chance to have a go at a new activity with one of the land-based interactive simulators or get wet having fun on the water.

Visitors will also be able to climb aboard a narrowboat to explore the ultimate in sleek design, talk to experts about the best locations and ideal boats to suit their needs or ponder their next cruising holiday as they relax in the show’s pub, The Lock Keeper’s Inn.

With specialist advice and live experiences on tap, visitors can be sure to get in the holiday spirit and make memories with family and friends at this new show.

While the boats will remain the stars of the show, the new Boating and Watersports Holiday Show will feature global and boutique brands for holiday-seekers whether considering a luxury charter and exotic sailing holiday, a weekend on the Broads or a trip cruising down the River Thames.

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