The Tullett Prebon London Boat Show 2013 is now in full swing but there is still time for you, as an RYA member, to take advantage of our specially negotiated ticket price and enjoy all the show has to offer.
In an exclusive deal with National Boat Shows, RYA members can enjoy a special ticket price of just £10 for any day of the show, when purchased in advance, saving you £10.00 off the cost of a ticket purchased on the door. (A fee of £1.75 applies per transaction.)
And what's more, 'Kids Go Free' - up to two children aged 15 and under can gain access to the show with every adult ticket presented. You can book online or by calling the ticket hotline on 0871 230 7140* quoting the special RYA member discount code.
Visit the RYA member benefits page for full details.
For more information about what's on a the show visit www.londonboatshow.com
*calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras. Calls from mobile phones may cost considerably more.
Five Shows in One
With your £10 Tullett Prebon London Boat Show ticket you'll also get to enjoy another four fantastic shows for FREE: The Outdoors Show, The London Bike Show, The Active Travel Show or The Luxury Brand Show
So why visit just one show when you can get five for the price of one?
Whether you're an outdoors lover, a keen yachtsman or an adrenaline junkie, whatever takes your fancy, you can enjoy all these great shows with a single ticket.
Fine art meets yachting - CNM Estates UK Star Championships
For the first time ever sailing and fine art are coming together in an opening regatta live at the Show!
For the last three days of the Show, Fine Art Sails, a first-of-its-kind collaboration between world class yachting and internationally acclaimed fine artists, will descend on the Show to bring something truly different and exciting for visitors.
Ten Star class keelboats will take to the waters to race in the introductory CNM Estates UK Star Championships, yet it will be racing with a difference as each mainsail will be completely covered in artwork by international artists.
To see more about Fine Art Sails visit www.fineartsails.com or more about the artists and sails.
The Knowledge Box
A seemingly endless parade of experts will appear in the Knowledge Box, talking on subjects as varied as engine maintenance to a two and a half year expedition around the world. There really will be something for everyone.
No matter how experienced you are, there is always more to learn about boating, so come along and gain top tips and advice on a range of topics. It is entirely free and you may find out new facts about boating that you would never even have thought about.