Porsche Centre Portsmouth is delighted to invite you to join us at the Swanwick Boat Show on the 13 and 14 May where we will be sponsoring Jeanneau Yachts. Swanwick Marina is set in the quiet upper end of the Hamble River and is home to many of the UK’s finest boats and yachts.The Swanwick Boat Show is a popular day that welcomes all to explore the Marina.
An exclusive chauffeur service between Swanwick and Warsash Marina will be provided by Porsche Centre Portsmouth for guests to enjoy. This will be followed by a yacht experience provided by Jeanneau Yachts where guests will be invited to sail back to Swanwick Marina from the Warsash Marina.
We will have a number of the latest Porsche models on display over the weekend and our team will be on hand to share our knowledge and passion for the brand. This event will allow guests to experience luxury transportation on both land and sea.
Please call us on 02392 212350 if you would like more information on this or any other events at our Centre.
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