Weird Fish ‘swims in’ to support Poole Harbour Boat Show for third year in a row

Cheltenham-based clothing brand Weird Fish has confirmed its support for the Poole Harbour Boat Show in Dorset for a third year running.

Weird Fish will join more than 100 stalls at the Poole Harbour Boat Show, which takes place on Poole Quay from Friday May 19 to Sunday May 21. Hundreds of festival-goers will be drawn to Poole Quay to enjoy the south coast’s biggest free boat show. The clothing company will be showcasing a wide selection from its spring and summer range, with exclusive show offers available.

The Poole Harbour Boat Show, in association with Sunseeker, offers something for all the family, with the latest yachts and powerboats on display, as well as dinghies and paddleboards. There will be daily waterborne demonstrations, four tall ships moored alongside the Quay, live music on The Sunseeker Sessions stage and a firework display on Friday May 19. Admission to the show is free.

The boat show kicks off Weird Fish’s ‘Weird and Wonderful Tour 2017,’ which sees the clothing company exhibiting at a range of events throughout the year.

Dan Marsland, marketing manager at Weird Fish, said: “We’re really looking forward to coming to Poole for our third year and showcasing our new collection. With a strong coastal heritage, our hard-wearing clothing really lends itself to the boating world, whether that’s a day on the waves or just relaxing after your adventure.

“The boat show starts our jam-packed string of summer events, as we are delighted to hit the road with our Weird and Wonderful Tour 2017.”

Kerrie Gray, marina manager at Poole Quay Boat Haven, said: “The Poole Harbour Boat Show is going from strength to strength and we’re delighted to be in our third year now. Weird Fish has been with us since the start and I would like to thank the company for its continued support.

“This year’s three day showcase is going to be bigger and better than ever before – the event has outgrown Poole Quay Boat Haven and Town Quay. An additional display area will be located on Ballast Quay. What’s more, this year the show is part of the prestigious European Maritime Day celebrations.”

Weird Fish boasts 13 branded stores across the country and nationwide stockists. For more information, visit www.weirdfish.co.uk