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Don't miss a thing with the RYA Dinghy Show App

by Becky Gilbert-Wood 18 Feb 13:41 GMT 2-3 March 2019
RYA Dinghy Show app © RYA

The RYA Dinghy Show in association with Yachts & Yachting and Suzuki is just around the corner, returning to Alexandra Palace on 02-03 March. Plan your visit and navigate your way around the show with the free, official show app, now available to download on Google Play and the Apple App Store.

Find your favourite exhibitors
Featuring an interactive floorplan and detailed exhibitor listings, find out who is going to be at the show and where you can find them. This year's show boasts more than 190 exhibitors, from boat builders and class associations, to retailers and holiday companies, training centres and sailing clubs, you'll find everything you need for the season ahead.

Talks and workshops
As well as the Main Stage and Knowledge Zone, the Class Association Stage, Women's Sailing Hub and Sailors' Corner will also be making a comeback this year. You'll find a full list of talks and coaching sessions on the app, from Invictus Games Sailors Andrew 'Pav' Taylor and Sadie Melling, to Olympians offering their expertise in the Knowledge Zone. Check out the schedule, plan your day and make sure you don't miss a thing.

Stay informed
Throughout the weekend we will keep you up to date with all the latest show news. Whether it's upcoming talks and show features, or further information regarding travel delays or traffic - stay informed and beat the queues with the app.

Travel and tickets
Get ready for your visit to the show, you can even purchase tickets and plan your travel using the app. Don't forget, RYA member and advance ticket discounts expire at midnight on Friday 01 March. Save up to 35% on tickets by purchasing in advance and remember kids 15 years and under go FREE with paying adults.

Download for free today
Visitors are recommended to download the official RYA Dinghy Show app before the show to take full advantage of the features. Use this link and you will be redirected to the correct store for your device.

RYA Shows and Promotions Manager, Celia Edgington commented: "We are delighted, once again, to be partnering with to be able to present this year's app. With more on at this year's RYA Dinghy Show than ever before, the official show app will allow visitors to make the most of their day, with all the information they need at their fingertips."

Get your tickets
Advance tickets are available at a special discount rate of £10.00 for RYA members and £12.50 for non-members. RYA clubs and large groups can also take advantage of a special discount price of £10.00 when booking six tickets or more. For those wanting a bit more of the action, discounted weekend tickets are available at £15.00 for RYA members and £18.75 for non-members. Don't forget up to four children go FREE with each paying adult.

You can buy tickets here or by calling the ticket hotline on 0844 858 9069.

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