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The Barclays' marquee was a popular choice for Boat Show visitors - and not just for the delicious, free Barclays' cupcakes...
Visitors could also get a taste for some of the Barclays' valuable community initiatives.
In a buzzing atmosphere Simon Phillips from Barclays told us more....
A Jersey cider maker has been enjoying unprecedented business at the Barclays Jersey Boat Show.
Sarah Matlock, and her husband Richard, run La Robeline, offering visitors the chance to sample local cider and sausages.
Sarah told our reporter that the weekend so far had been a sell out...
Visitors to the Barclays Jersey Boat Show have been able to step aboard the yacht that circumnavigated the world in 1966 with Sir Francis Chichester at the helm.
They will be amazed at Gypsy Moth IV's slender beam and spartan interior - very different to the luxury yachts in the marina for the Boat Show.
The yacht is now owned by a charitable Trust and her presence at the Show has been supported by the Fairway Group.
Skipper Pete Rollason told us more about her...
"The finest cruising ground in Northern Europe" - it's official!
A new map of Northern Europe has been unveiled at this year's Barclays Jersey Boat Show. It highlights the opportunities for boaters in that area. Ports of Jersey has also attracted a number of Northern European marina operators to the Show to provide information and encourage co-operation.
Ports of Jersey's Group Leisure manager, Mike Tait explains...
Day 2 of the Barclays Jersey Boat Show opened with more blue skies and celebrations by the crew of HMS Severn. The ship and its crew are this year's winner of the prestigious Jersey Cup.
The presentation was made to commanding officer, Lt Commander Reynolds by His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor of Jersey.
General Sir John McColl KCB, CBE, DSO also presented the Governor's Cup to Jersey's Air Training Squadron.
His Excellency then attended the annual Sea Sunday service, held in the open air, adjacent to the Boat Show. The Dean of Jersey blessed all of the boats in and around St Helier marina.
This is the last time Sir John McColl will attend the Barclays Jersey Boat Show as Lieutenant Governor and the Ports of Jersey offered their thanks for all his support during his time in office.
Following the presentations Tracey Clarke spoke to Lt Commander Reynolds, commanding officer of HMS Severn and asked how it felt to win the Jersey Cup
The 2016 Barclays Jersey Boat Show is in full swing with blue skies, full shopping aisles and busy pontoons.
Organisers are predicting a bumper weekend which was further buoyed by the news of the continuing sponsorship by title sponsors, Barclays.
We caught up with Ports of Jersey's Myra Shacklady...
Barclays has confirmed that it will continue its sponsorship of the Jersey Boat Show for a further three years.
The Show is in its ninth year and this is Barclays' seventh year of title sponsorship.
The announcement was made by Barclay's Neil McClusky as the Show opened today.
Neil told Tracey Clarke that the sponsorship period would cover two important milestones...