A-HOY TO ALL WATERSPORT ENTHUSIASTS!
No matter where you are in North Wales you are never far away from a river, lake and miles upon miles of beautiful coastline which is why the area is renowned for not only offering every watersport activity possible but also some of the very best facilities to do so with sheltered sandy bays, remote caves, calm or wild waters and smaller offshore islands.
This celebratory festival of all water based activities will moor up in Deganwy, Conwy on 24-28 July 2013 and will be all about the best of boating, watersports, outdoor activities and leisure in the region and promises to be an event not to miss!
The North Wales Boat Show will be a fun all-encompassing watersport event with an action packed timetable of events. This will of course include various classes of sailing races, cruising, rowing, team racing for example Ireland v North West v Wales to family fun events including raft racing and raft building.
How to get to Conwy
FROM THE NORTH BY CAR
Begin your journey on the M56 following signs for North Wales to motorway conclusion. Join the A5117, then A494. At Ewloe this road then becomes the A55. Continue on the A55 to Junction 18 sign posted Conwy.
FROM THE SOUTH BY CAR
Take the M6 to Junction 20 to the M56 North Wales/Chester. On the M56 following signs for North Wales to motorway conclusion. Join the A5117, then A494. At Ewloe this road then becomes the A55. Continue on the A55 to Junction 18 sign posted Conwy. Follow the signs for Conwy/Deganwy.
The nearest main line train station from Holyhead, Chester, Birmingham and London Euston is Llandudno Junction.
Stena and Irish Ferries both operate from Holyhead.