LA Marine, the specialist shipping and marine team of the Bournemouth and Southampton based law firm Lester Aldridge, has confirmed that it will be sponsoring the Poole Harbour Boat Show business-to-business lunch.
The lunch, which takes place on the opening day of the show (Friday 8th June), will see many of the UK’s leading marine companies coming together with the local business community.
“LA Marine, the specialist shipping and marine team of Bournemouth and Southampton based law firm Lester Aldridge, is excited to be involved with this prestigious event and the opportunity it provides to support the many and varied marine businesses operating in this area and beyond.” said Russell Kelly, Partner & Head of LA Marine.
LA Marine provide expert advice and practical solutions to the commercial shipping, logistics, superyacht, leisure marine and insurance industries. Their lawyers have an in-depth knowledge and a great passion for the marine industry whilst being down to earth, friendly and pragmatic in their approach.
Commenting on the news, Jim Stewart of Poole Harbour Commissioners said “The business to business lunch continues to be a central part of the opening day at the Boat Show, helping to confirm our commitment to support local companies. We are thrilled to see such an influential local company, with a strong maritime link shares our commitment.”
Organised by Poole Harbour Commissioners, the Poole Harbour Boat Show in association with Sunseeker, will return for its fourth year from Friday 8th until Sunday 10th June.
The show continues to be the biggest ever free to attend boat show on the south coast, providing an opportunity for those who may not have been on the water before to get a feel of what’s on offer.
The Poole Harbour Boat Show is being supported by Sunseeker, Sibbett Gregory, Coleman Insurance, Conker Spirit, Elite Signs, Greenslade Pleasure Boats, Dorset Cruises, Lester Aldridge, PKF Francis Clark, British Marine Wessex, MS Amlin, MAC Marine Claims, Designosaur, Brittany Ferries and media partners Bournemouth Daily Echo and Wave 105.