THE 24th annual Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show on Queensland's Gold Coast runs from 24-27 May.
The event will once again showcase the latest new boats and boating products from around the world, as well feature non-stop entertainment, demonstrations and attractions.
With the theme "Boating and Beyond", this year's event aims to stake its position as the venue for showcasing international innovation.
With 315 exhibitors – 50 of them brand new to the boat show – there are more than 70 world and Australian launches, as well as free boating safety courses for ladies, fashion parades, cooking demonstrations, a top line-up of bands and performers including Kasey Chambers - and much more over the four day event.
From kayaks, tinnies, standup paddle boards, RIBs and jet-skis to day boats, trailerboats, ski boats, catamarans, cruisers or charters, the new generation of cleaner, greener engines, high-tech flotation, safety and navigation equipment, books, charts, maps and accessories – an entire world of marine lifestyle will be showcased this year.
Visit www.sanctuarycoveboatshow.com.au to buy tickets - $22 per adult, kids under 18 free, and up to date news, new products, exhibitor information and promotions.
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