THOUSANDS of people have visited Poole Quay for a show dedicated to the town's maritime heritage.

The fourth annual Poole Harbour Boat Show, which ends tomorrow, Sunday, June 10, boasts a host of family-friendly activities.

Visitors are invited to step aboard vessels docked along the quayside and enjoy live music, demonstrations and shopping.

Jim Stewart, chief executive officer of Poole Harbour Commissioners, said: "There is such a wide range of exhibits, displays and attractions that we can truly say there is something for everyone at this year's show."

All guests, from 'experienced sailors to complete novices', will find something to enjoy, he added.

Tomorrow's show begins with a display by Naval officers. There will also be an RNLI demonstration and dinghy racing before Border Force officers discuss their work during the afternoon.

The Hardcore Troubadours will perform the first live set before noon and 1pm.

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