Power enthusiasts are in for a real treat at the 2010 Tullett Prebon London International Boat Show, as the all new Yamaha Powerboat and RIB Marina brings together more than forty of the very best outboard and inboard boats, giving the largest variety of small power boats, plus personal water craft, ever seen on one stand at any London show. Plus stylish Yamaha watersports accessories, clothing and Yamalube oils too!

Located inside the South Hall, right by the main entrance, the giant Yamaha Marina stand really is a marina too – but without the water – with real pontoons giving access to all the different craft berthed there.

With forty-three boats on display including RIBs, sportsboats, cruisers, tenders, personal watercraft, fishing and entry level craft from 2.4m right up to 10.4m, there’s a boat to suit everyone’s taste and requirements from some of the world’s most prestigious international builders, including Cair-Paravel, Campion, Jeanneau, Linder, Ribeye, Ribtec, Terhi and Yamaha. And with no fewer than seven brand new boats - from c-fury RIBs, Redfinn, SeaStar, Seastorm, WaveBoat and the Yamarin 63BR - making their world debut on the Yamaha stand, its going to be truly exciting.

Prices range to suit all pockets from around £1,000 for a small RIB tender to around £130k for those wanting a larger, fully-fitted out ocean-going craft. The market leader in cost-effective shared ownership schemes, Ribshack will be displaying a Ribeye. And all displayed with a choice of Yamaha power options.

The Yamaha marina display is completed by a full line-up of forty outboard engines from 2.5 to 350hp, which includes the launch of the new F4, F5 and F6 portable range, Y-COP remote-locking security added to all new 2010 fuel-injected F30 to F100 outboards, plus four models from the renowned Yamaha Hydra-Drive diesel stern-drive range.

Boats from all points of the compass on Yamaha stand SO25A at LIBs 2010
Fifteen top marine brands, with 43 boats and over 80 engine options.