1000 TransEurope visitors to Bangor

 

1000 TEM visitors to Bangor Marina

Four happy crew of the yacht “ Atlantis” recently visited Bangor Marina, bringing TransEurope visiting boaters over the thousand mark since Bangor joined the network in 2004. In addition, the crew enjoyed a 50% discount on the visitors’ rates as a result of their home port’s membership of TransEurope Marinas, a unique pan-European marina marketing group, comprising 50 of Europe’s most welcoming marinas stretching from Lanzerote to the Clyde.

This network of marinas in UK, Ireland, France, Belgium, Netherlands and Spain, including the Canaries, was established in 1987 as TransManche by 5 cross Channel ports, but over the past 5 years it has expanded rapidly, to include a particularly strong Irish Sea area cluster
Andrew Jaggers, Director at Quay Marinas and immediate past Chairman of TransEurope, said: “Bangor Marina has welcomed tens of thousands of visiting boats and crew over the past 23 years, generating a very significant economic benefit to the town. Membership of TransEurope has contributed to a steady flow of valuable out of state visitors to Bangor, which has been very welcome locally in these difficult economic times. In turn, we are very pleased to be able to make TransEurope benefits, together with those offered by Quay Marinas, available exclusively in Northern Ireland to Bangor Marina berth holders”

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