NYA Exhibitor Area
Norfolk Yacht Agency is the region’s largest dedicated new and used boat sales centre. We buy and sell quality motor boats throughout the UK and Europe and operate an efficient and professional brokerage service. We are leading agents for new boat sales in Norfolk, as suppliers of the superb range of motor boats from local manufacturer Haines.
East Coast Motorboat Training is a RYA recognised training centre based on the North Sea coast at Lowestoft. We offer professional training both on the water and ashore with friendly and knowledgeable instructors. RYA training is known and respected the world over. We shall be exhibiting at the show to answer any of your questions from boat handling to coastal navigation. Be sure to come and visit us!
With over 45 years of experience AR Peachment Ltd (ARP) is able to offer a Total Marine Solution for boat builders and boat owners alike, from charter boats, power boats, yachts and canal boats to high performance RIBs, ferries and fishing vessels.
Pedro Boats (UK)
Stockists of thousands of marine parts and spares – electrical, engineering, water systems, steering, chandlery. We also make dash panels, control panels, labels and boat graphics. Based in Brundall we will be showing a selection of marine products at this years Brundall Boat Show.
At Emms Mobile Marine Services we take pride in maintaining your boat to a high standard. We offer a bespoke valeting service for all our clients from boat wash and shampoo to full compound and polishing. We also offer anti fouling, deck cleaning and interior cleaning. We welcome all your enquires.
We will be at the Brundall Boat Show again this year because it was so good last year. We will be promoting our services, equipment and products at the show.
The team of experts at ASAP provide excellent technical knowledge and guidance to customers, and with over 9000 stock lines, we are able to provide you with the parts you need, ASAP. Our range includes: Jabsco pumps and toilets, Victron electrical equipment, Dometic fridges and appliances, MG Duff anodes, Parker Racor fuel filters, PRM gearboxes, Seaflow hose and so much more.
We are a Youth Organisation and we aim to give young people an experience that will help them grow into the person they want to be in a safe and friendly environment. Through various activities and adventures, we learn teamwork, respect, loyalty, self-confidence, commitment, self-discipline, honesty and how to be the best version of ourselves.
Eastern Rivers Ski Club
Our club was established in the late 1990’s and was an amalgamation of several local clubs all coming under one banner. The Eastern Rivers Ski Club is the only water ski club on the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads, and it operates under the Broads Authority Act 2009.
The club consists of 32 privately owned boats with a membership number of 110. The club is chaired by Julian Barnwell who has been an active water skier on the broads for over 30 years. Julian also represents the club on the Broads Authority Forum which has proven to be a very successful way of communicating with other river users.
The NCI watchroom occupies the former Lifeboat Station look-out by kind invitation of the Independent Caister Volunteer Lifeboat Service. The Station was initially opened in 2011 and formally, in 2012, by the local BBC television journalist and broadcaster, Susie Fowler-Watt.
The station at Caister is unique amongst NCI look-outs in that it is situated within operational lifeboat facilities as opposed to redundant Coastguard watchstations more usually taken over by the charity. That said, despite our unique location, we are no different to our NCI colleagues elsewhere; whilst we have a close working relationship with the Caister Lifeboat, we adhere to strict NCI protocols regards the recording and reporting of incidents and – unless directed by the Coastguard – do not get directly involved in Search and Rescue operations.
NBS Exhibitors Area
The Broads Society provides a unique and independent focus for everyone interested in the Broads. Founded in 1956 we are the only voluntary organisation working across the whole Broads community. Naturalists, navigators, fishermen, farmers, residents and visitors alike.