Maritime & Marine

Published: September 17, 2021 | Updated: September 18, 2021

Biz Gallery: Salterns Marina hosts drinks and canapés reception at Southampton Boat Show

Dean Spiers, Andy Raymond and Chris Kane. Picture: Kate Shaw/KTPR.
By Andrew Diprose, editor

Poole’s Salterns Marina hosted a lunchtime drinks and canapés reception for some of its berth holders at the Southampton International Boat Show.

The reception, at Mayflower Park, was kindly sponsored by Coleman Marine Insurance, a Gallagher company.

The show, which is billed as Britain’s biggest festival of boating, opened on September 10 and closes on Sunday September 19.

It is the 52nd to be held and is aimed at serious boat buyers, water sports enthusiasts and the entire family.

A wide variety of marine brands on land, and in Europe’s largest purpose-built marina, showcase everything from stand-up paddleboards and sail boats to superyachts.

Children are more than welcome to attend with plenty of opportunities for kids – and grown-up kids – to get active on the water.

Visitors above the age of five are required to undertake a lateral flow test within 48 hours prior to arriving at the show.

This year’s event features a new entrance, show layout and features.

All pictures courtesy of Kate Shaw/KTPR.


Alec Hammond, Michael Marsh, Berrin Marsh, Barbara Hammond

Anna Parsons, Adrian Gritty

Dean Shaw, Coleman Marine Insurance; Lucy Etches, Salterns Marina; Jonathan Purvis. Coleman Marine Insurance

James and Becki Brain

Jason Grosvenor, James Shand, Andy Samuels

Jon Ford, Salterns Brokerage; Kate Shaw KTPR

Karen and Chris Falla

Kate Shaw, KTPR and Emma Coveney, Salterns Marina

Lisa and Simon Potts

Matt Spicer, Andy Raymond

Philip Cummins, Sue Sieger

Philip Lewis; Lucy Etches, Salterns Marina; Tim Newman

Philip Lewis, Peter Entwistle, Tim Newman

Russell Hayden, Jeremy Gardner, Dean Spiers

Sara Baker, Rachael Baker

Tina Spicer, Rachael Raymond