Tingdene Marina Boat Show Event Structure

In 2004, Tingdene acquired the prestigious Thames & Kennet Marina on the Royal River Thames. It is one of the largest inland marinas in the country, boasting two marinas in one. Since then, Tingdene went on to acquire nine further marinas and seven boat sales offices – firmly establishing the company as one of the largest operators of premier inland marinas in the country.

J & J Carter were approached by Tingdene Marina to help create the perfect reusable event structure to make its debut appearance at the Southampton Boat Show in 2021.

This structure needed to be simple to relocate and easy to store when not in use. It also needed to be high-quality and durable, particularly as it would be used regularly for various boat shows and events around the county, where the weather could be unpredictable.

Based on their requirements, we recommended our Hampshire Structures Series 90 (Model P500) 5m x 4m structure with our steel sub-frame floor system. We used Verseidag DURASKIN™ to cover the structure, finishing the design with a bold branded gable to ensure maximum visibility for Tingdene Marina at every event.

Photographed here at the Crick Boat Show and the Thames Traditional Boat Festival, this structure frequently tours the country to promote the premier inland marina operator.

Designed to meet your individual requirements

At J & J Carter, we understand the power of customisation. Whether it's altering dimensions, shapes, or colours, our expertise lies in adapting fabric structures to meet your unique requirements. Discover the array of clearspan structures available at J & J Carter and unlock the potential to elevate your event presence to new heights.

Key Facts

Location: United Kingdom
Structures: Frame Supported
Industry: Events
Roof Forms: Planar
Materials:: PVC/PES

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