Parade of Sunseeker Yachts at the Bournemouth Air Festival


LUXURY boatbuilder Sunseeker is working on creating an official ‘parade’ of its new and classic yachts, as part of this year’s Bournemouth Air Festival.

The Poole Company invites homeowners to participate and join what they hope will be the largest number of Sunseekers in history.

This follows Sunseeker’s inaugural parade last year, which was part of the unveiling of its VIP showcase in Poole and showcased dozens of boats on a memorial trip, culminating with a visit to its shipyard on Poole Quay .

Bryan Jones, Director of Marketing at Sunseeker International, said: “The Air Festival is such a fantastic local event and one of the best vantage points to see the incredible displays is definitely on the water where the boats are. invited to anchor.

“We are thrilled to be supporting the event this year and look forward to welcoming a record number of our fantastic owners to get involved in the parade and provide something unique for festival goers.

Dorset Echo: Sunseeker's 'parade' will be part of Bournemouth Air Festival this year

“We are always blown away by the enthusiasm of our owners who make these events possible and we hope to make them one of the highlights of 2021.

Dorset Echo: Sunseeker's 'parade' will be part of Bournemouth Air Festival this year

“We’re used to breaking records, but with so many owners involved it’s going to be truly memorable.”

The Sunseekers Parade is scheduled for Saturday, September 4 and owners are invited to register their interest online.

Air Festival Director Jon Weaver said: “The Air Festival provides an excellent platform to showcase the leading international status of local brands, and in particular of Poole-based Sunseeker.

“We hope this is the start of a solid partnership that demonstrates that this festival has a broad program of activities on land, sea and in the air.”

Visit if you are a Sunseeker owner who would like to participate in the parade.

This year the Bournemouth Air Festival will take place from Thursday 2 September to Sunday 5 September.


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