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MDL’s Green Tech Boat Show

17th June 2022 @ 8:00 am 18th June 2022 @ 5:00 pm

Back for a second year, The Green Tech Boat Show will take place on 16 to 18 June at Queen Anne’s Battery, Plymouth.

At MDL, we’re fully committed to a cleaner, greener future. Over the last few years, we’ve been truly delighted to watch the scales tip from the minority aiming to be environmentally responsible to the majority. We also know that boat owners want to see the revolution that’s taking place in their work environments reflected in their leisure time.

But it’s confusing. While more and more companies in the marine world are focused on bringing green technologies to the fore in practical ways to enhance sailing experiences, some consumers can struggle to unpick the sustainable options now available to them.

This is why we’re putting together an event that presents the information in a practical way, showcased next to other green technologies. This will allow consumers to understand what the total offering could be, and how they can help the environment by investing in green technology today.

The show is specifically designed for boat owners wishing to make the switch to greener options, and prospective owners who’d like to start their boating journey in the most environmentally friendly way possible. You can also enjoy live music, trips around the harbour in an electrically powered ferry, and delicious food and beverage available on-site.

Queen Anne's Battery
Plymouth, Devon PL4 0LP United Kingdom
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01752 671142

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The evenings are getting lighter and the days are longer. Good times are coming!πŸ™Œ

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Love this weeks 'Scene of the Sound' was sent in by David Peake! Life beneath the water is fascinating 😍

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One of our favourite views is Firestone Bay, looking beautifully blue here 😍🌊

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Purple haze πŸ’œ

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Heavenly skies above #PlymouthSoundNMP πŸ‘Ό

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As dusk falls, the banks of the River Tamar light up providing a beautiful spectacle as you cross the Tamar Bridge. Captured effortlessly by @brianaitkenheadpictures 🌝

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⚑Newsflash!⚑

Weather permitting, the swimming pontoons will return to Plymouth Sound next week. Keep an eye out on our socials for further updates πŸ™ŒπŸŠ

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We loveeee this weeks 'Scene of the Sound', check this out! 😍

What a fantastic capture submitted by Verity Baulch.

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This week is National Lottery Open Week, and we wanted to say #ThanksToYou to National Lottery players and The National Lottery Heritage Fund for funding our project! πŸ€žπŸ’™ ...

What a glorious view across the Cornish side of Plymouth Sound National Marine Park πŸ’™πŸ’š

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Who's looking forward to a spot of SUP yoga this summer? We certainly are!🀩🧘

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We love it when historic vessels pass through the marine park. Such a lovely sight πŸ’™

This is the Lynher Tamar River barge. It was built in 1896 and underwent a restoration in 1990s. Now it is used for education workshops and sailing experiences around #PSNMP and the River Tamar.

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Ever wondered what it's like to be a Plymouth Sound National Marine Park volunteer?

We had a chat with Maddie from @plymuni at one of our events, and here's her take on volunteering with us. We agree with Maddie; just give it a go! πŸ˜„

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Plymouth Sound is looking beautifully blue here!

You can't beat a stroll along Mount Batten Breakwater on a Sunday afternoon πŸšΆβ˜€οΈ

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