Saturday, 12th June – Sunday, 20th June 2021
We are pleased to announce that we will be making our show Debut at this year’s British Motor Yacht Show, due to be held from 12th – 20th June at Premier’s Swanwick Marina in Southampton.
We are very excited to demonstrate the real opportunity of creating a bespoke environment and adding value to your vessel – aboard our latest Remastered Fairline 58 project debuting at BMYS.
Now, there is no need to compromise. Enjoy a highly qualified service, generating complete confidence for total renovation and refurbishment of pre-owned yachts – similar to that offered in the Mega-yacht market.
Discover this behind the scenes look at the materials and fabrics used on this project. Or, better yet, join us aboard this beautifully transformed yacht and see the finished product at the BMYS.
If you’re interested in understanding more and discovering the third way in boat purchasing, arrange an appointment with Chris Gates, Andrew Peck or Sarah Luck.
We look forward to our show debut where we will demonstrate The Art of the Possible within the pre-owned market.
The British Motor Yacht Show 2021 has been extended to 9 days, between 10am – 7pm daily and will be by appointment only. Request an appointment by emailing [email protected] or contact us for further details on +44 (0)1725 648618
Visit the British Motor Yacht Show website for further information, and for a full line-up of exhibitors.
Endorsed by industry legends
Briony Newington the Founding Partner of Fairline Yachts and wife of Sam Newington, joins David King the founder of Princess Yachts by endorsing the work that we, SETAG Yachts, are already accomplishing.
Our Squadron 58 design & refit project has been reviewed by AQUAHOLIC & Boats.co.uk who have both given her, and us, glowing reviews! Check out their videos to see her in all her glory.
Interior Design with a Personal Touch
Imagine walking into your dream home and just accepting you have to live with the previous owner’s taste in design. The first thing anybody wants to do is to stamp their own personality on the place where they will spend most of their time.