Sadly Crick 2020 has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 crisis. We are hoping that it may be re-scheduled for later in the Autumn, if not we will see you in 2021. After the lockdown ends, you can call to arrange to visit us. We have boats in build for you to view, and several of our previous build customers moor their boats on our yard.
We exhibit at the Crick Boat show every year and always take one of our boats to showcase the work that we do. This also give us opportunity to meet potential customers and allows your to get a good insight into the work we do. You can visit us at the 2018 show on stand F37. We look forward to seeing you there.
Crick Boat Show is the UK’s biggest inland waterways festival. It takes place each year over the Late May Bank Holiday weekend at Crick Marina on the Grand Union Canal near Daventry in Northamptonshire.
The Show hosts the largest display of new inland boats, both narrowboats and wide beams, and for three days it becomes Britain’s largest chandlery when over 250 exhibitors bring together the complete range of equipment and materials for inland boating.
The first Crick Boat Show was in 2000, and it is now established as a destination for waterways enthusiasts looking to upgrade or improve their boat, for newcomers wanting to get afloat for the first time and for those seeking a day out by the waterways.
The Show is organised by Waterways World magazine in association with the Canal & River Trust and Crick Marina.
The 19th Crick Boat Show will be held in 2018:
Over 26,000 visitors expected to attend
More than 250 exhibitors
32,000m2 exhibition space
30 food stalls and Real Ale Marquee with live music
15 bands and entertainers
Over 40 boats exhibited, including heritage working boats
Trip boats offering free boat trips
Over 300 camping pitches
Moorings for up to 100 visitor boats on the Grand Union Canal