Maritime Festival Media Enquiries
We're usually very happy to have film crews come on site to film the event, or broadcast live from South Quay, but please do get in touch before the event so we can book you in and issue media passes to you and your crew. When visiting tall ships are coming in, there's often a media opportunity to get on board and have a look round before the crowds arrive, so you can submit your article well in advance of the day.
Interviews with the Chairman, Aileen Mobbs or with other members of the committee for television, radio or press either before or during the event are always an option.
Maritime Festival media releases
25 August 2016
Nostalgia steams and sails into Great Yarmouth on September 10th and 11th when the annual Maritime Festival moors up with a fleet of fascinating vessels.East Anglians will revel in the return of the Regal Lady pleasure boat to the port where she was built and the local waterways where she took thousands of trippers on fun voyages. She is among an armada of guest ships which includes historic sailing and military ships, and lifeboats.
22 August 2016
Jet ski stunt riders will flip in the air, and dive under the water, during a major seafaring festival.
The all-action display of jet ski skills will take place against a harbour backdrop lined with a fleet of historic, and modern ships and boats at Great Yarmouth’s Maritime Festival.
11 August 2016
A rare chance to step on board a modern offshore support vessel is among the attractions at Great Yarmouth’s Maritime Festival. The stunning looking 83m-long offshore Service Operation Vessel with an airliner-shaped sleek “nose” is owned by Danish shipping company Esvagt. A dozen people at a time will be able to go on board.
28 July 2016
Waves of seafaring folk music will fill the salty air at Great Yarmouth Maritime Festival this autumn.
The major event, which is set to attract 30,000 people to the resort’s harbour over a weekend in September, is a showcase for the area’s nautical history - which include links to Lord Nelson and being a key hub in the heydays of the herring industry.
If you're writing an article whether for print or online use about the Great Yarmouth Maritime Festival, it's easy to download copyright-free 300dpi images from our image library.
Simply have a look through, download the ones you want and credit Greater Yarmouth Tourism. We do try to keep it up to date, but if you want something in particular, please get in touch.
If your article is online, a link back to our website www.maritime-festival.co.uk would be much appreciated, thank you!