2015 Barclays Jersey Boat Show takes place over the Bank Holiday weekend, Saturday 2 to Monday 4 May 2015.

The three-day show is now in its eighth year and has established itself not only as a key business opportunity for the marine industry, on and off the Island, but also as the Channel Island’s largest free entry community event.

Free to use audio is on this site, and the Show's main website link is below.

Barclays Jersey Boat Show Website

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m: 07768 806699

Unusual landing for Jersey's own Navy Pilot

Shoppers in Jersey's St Helier were treated to the unusual sight of a Royal Navy Lynx helicopter landing next to the town's marina.

On board was Sub-Lieutenant Ashley Morris, a trainee Royal Navy pilot who's from Jersey. He is particularly proud to have made the flight to the Island for the annual Barclays Jersey Boat Show.

Ashley started flying in Jersey and told reporter Tracey Clarke that he is looking forward to talking to young people about opportunities in the Royal Navy...

It's a Girl - Duck

Barclays have revealed that their fund raising duck for the 2015 Barclays Jersey Boat Show is a girl - named Florence...

Every year of their six year sponsorship of the Show Barclays have produced a different and very popular duck to raise money for their Boat Show charity.

We asked Head of Corporate Neil McClusky more about this year's charity and about the sponsorship of the Show

Barclays Jersey Boat Show underway

The eighth Barclays Jersey Boat Show is underway in St Helier. The Shows runs over the Bank Holiday Weekend.

The Show was declared open by Jersey youngster Tianna Starkes. Another Jersey girl, nine year old Ellie Van de Ven, won the Boat Show flag design competition and proudly raised her flag to the accompaniment of a Fanfare from the Band of Her Majesty's Royal Marines, Collingwood.

Myra Shacklady, Commercial Director of Ports of Jersey and organiser of the Show, talks about her hopes for this year.

Flying the Flag

Amongst the skilled team with the Royal Navy Lynx at the Barclays Jersey Boat Show is pilot Danielle Welch.

She is the only, and last, woman pilot of a Lynx.

We asked her more about the Lynx, her experiences in the Royal Navy and at the Boat Show....

New welcome for visitors

There's a new welcome for yachts visiting Jersey's St Helier marina.

Significant investment by the Ports of Jersey has resulted in a new installation.

Marina Manager Mike Tait tells us more...

Great opportunities for Ports of Jersey

The Group CEO for the Ports of Jersey, Doug Bannister attended today's Sea Sunday service at the Barclays Jersey Boat Show.

Before the service he spoke about the Show and the Ports of Jersey...

HMS Tyne takes the Jersey Cup

One of the highlights of the Barclays Jersey Boat Show is the awarding of the prestigious and historic Jersey Cup.

This year the Cup was awarded to HMS Tyne.

A delighted Lt Craig Clark from the Ship told us more...

Vital role for P2000's

Two of the Royal Navy vessels at the Barclays Jersey Boat Show are P2000's - ships used to train university students about life at sea.

Lt Iain Laird is the Commanding Officer of HMS Ranger. He told us more about his ship and its role within the Navy...

Take up the Slack

The Condor Ferries On Water Active Zone offers visitors to the Show some unusual sights from Flyboarding to Slacklining, the newest craze in Jersey.

Visitors can not only watch demonstrations from the Slacklining experts but they can get involved too!

Rich Pearson is from The Slackline School and Matt Fox is from Slack Jersey....

Good times ahead for Wet Wheels

Wet Wheels Jersey enjoyed a fantastic first season, taking a wide range of passengers afloat.

The idea for Wet Wheels came from disabled sailor and adventurer Geoff Holt MBE and has been eagerly adopted by the people of Jersey. The Island now has its own boat which is open to visitors at the Barclays Jersey Boat Show.

The charity's Andy Le Seelleur updated us on Wet Wheels work...

Warm welcome at Sunseeker

Sunseeker Channel Islands has millions of pounds worth of power boats on display but the team still find the time to show anyone around their luxury stand.

Managing Director Simon Coward says its important to welcome everyone...

Hotel afloat!

One of Jersey's finest hotels, Longueville Manor has a new annex - on the water!

Fizz Too, the newest addition to the hotel, is open for viewing at the Barclays Jersey Boat Show.

Proprietor Malcolm Lewis told us more...

Jersey Discovery

UK boat builder Discovery Yachts has a stunning presence at this year's Barclays Jersey Boat Show.

It's the company's first time at the Show and they're exhibiting their new Discovery 55 mark II and the impressive Discovery 58.

Sales and Marketing Director, Alistair Walton explained why the company has chosen to come the Show and the Island

Raymarine fish for business

The team at UK electronics company Raymarine have been kept busy at the Barclays Jersey Boat Show.

Raymarine's new Dragonfly Fish Finders have been of special interest to the local fisherman.

Richard Marsdon is from Raymarine

Harbour Master aboard for first Boat Show

Captain Phil Buckley is the Harbour Master for the Ports of Jersey. Whilst he has been in post since December this is his first taste of the Barclays Jersey Boat Show in "his" harbour.

We asked him about his role at Ports of Jersey

Barclays declare Show great success

Simon Phillips, Director of title sponsor Barclays has declared the Boat Show in Jersey another success.

Once again Barclays raised significant funds for this year's chosen charity, the Red Cross.

Simon thanked all those who staged the eighth Barclays Jersey Boat Show and looked forward to 2016...

Spirits not dampened

The eighth Barclays Jersey Boat Show ended on a high, if a little damp!

Despite changeable weather over the Bank Holiday the Show still attracted huge crowds, with pontoons buzzing and all of the activities on and off the water proving popular.

Commercial Director of Ports of Jersey summed up the event...