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Borrow A Boat headline sponsor for Southampton International Boat Show 2019

by Borrow A Boat 13 Aug 16:00 BST 13-22 September 2019
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The UK's leading and fastest growing boat charter platform Borrow A Boat will be the lead sponsor at this September's Southampton International Boat Show - the UK's largest boat show.

In partnership with British Marine, Borrow A Boat - the pioneering digital charter platform will showcase the accessibility of boating with their unique offering which enables customers to 'click and boat' whether through the Borrow A Boat App or website. With over 20,000 boats in their portfolio, Borrow A Boat aspires to make boating a more accessible, flexible and affordable activity, whether it's paddle-boarding in the Solent, sailing the Mediterranean, Norwegian Fjords or tropical waters further afield; Borrow A Boat will showcase how easy taking to the water can be at Southampton International Boat Show.

To further the company's objective of making boating more inclusive, the company will have RIBs, yachts, and motorboats at the show to encourage attendees to 'Try A Boat' with vessels of all sizes available for guests to step-onboard and experience first-hand the unique feeling of being out on the water with complimentary 30 minute experiences to create a true 'festival of boating'.

Enabling more people to attend the show, Borrow A Boat will be offering 250 free tickets for the show. Follow Borrow a Boat on social via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for a chance to win!

Borrow A Boat CEO Matt Ovenden commented, "Borrow A Boat is thrilled to come onboard as the title sponsor of the Southampton International Boat Show and to be able to delight the UK audience with just how easy and accessible boating can be. The opportunity for our platform of listings to come to life at the show will provide the perfect arena for borrowers and owners to experience what Borrow A Boat is all about, and we couldn't happier to partner with a more trusted and respected group than British Marine and the Southampton International Boat Show. Alongside British Marine we hope to bring more than 200,000 attendees to Southampton."

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