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TFishing and trailer boat brands sign up
HE wheels are only weeks ago. Nitro Marine, Whittley “Exhibitors have se- “While the boating turning with prep- A host of big names Marine Group, Mag- cured sites on both festival will be on a arations underway land and water, which smaller scale compared
for the Sanctuary Cove in the fishing and trail- bay Yachts and North- reflects industry desire to a traditional SCIBS
Boating Festival! er boat segment have side Marine on display
to showcase the best the marine sector has to offer.
format, I believe it will bring fantastic crowds to the world-class Sanc- tuary Cove facility and we are very much look- ing forward to partici- pating.”
The three-day event, scheduled from No- vember 13 to 15, has already attracted an ex- citing range of exhibi- tor bookings since the event was announced
confirmed their attend- ance, with the likes of Australian Marine Cen- tre, Game and Leisure Boats, Nautique Central, Surf Coast Marine, Co- balt Boats, Hurricane, Sailfish Catamarans,
throughout the vibrant Marina Village.
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SCIBS sales and partnerships manager Dominic O’Brien said, “The level of industry support has been very gratifying.”
“The festival will fea- ture every segment of the boating lifestyle, with a range of impressive dis- plays from sailing boats, motor yachts, mono and multihulls, to fishing and trailer boats, leisure crafts, and new gear and gadgets.”
We look forward to welcoming you to the Sanctuary Cove Boat- ing Festival this No- vember.
Managing director Greg Nickerson said they were extremely happy to hear that Sanc- tuary Cove announced a marine event for late 2020.
To ensure the safety of all patrons, visitors must pre-register their attendance at sanctu au/boating-festival
“With the cancelling of all other boat shows this year, an opportunity to display our great range of boats to a wider audi- ence is welcomed,” Mr Nickerson said.
Registration and ac- cess details will be released closer to the event date, as organis- ers work closely with health officials to en- sure the event complies with COVID-safe prac- tices.
MHuge range of boats on display at festival
ARINE en- tor Yachts, Nautique, “The event will fea- ing, there will be some- “The Sanctuary thusiasts will Newport Island Gyp- ture an impressive thing for everyone, and Cove Boating Festival be spoilt for sy Boats, Game and range of Austral- we’re looking forward is significant being the
choice at the upcom- Leisure Boats, Grady ian and international to showcasing our spec- only boat show on the
ing Sanctuary Cove Boating Festival, with a big line-up of day, sport, fishing and lei- sure boats, as well as sail and power cata- marans signing up for the event.
White, Regal, Carib- bean, Integrity, BRIG, Cobalt Boats of Aus- tralia, Clipper Motor Yachts and Magbay Yachts Australia.
brands that service all ends of the market, with a highly sought- after segment of ves- sels on water ranging from those that are slightly bigger than a trailerable boat, but smaller than a 60-foot- er,” Mr O’Brien said.
tacular marina to both Australian calendar
visitors and exhibitors.
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Popular brands and manufacturers con- firmed in the 20 to 40-foot category on water include Axopar, Whitehaven Mo-
Sales and partner- ships manager Domi- nic O’Brien said visi- tors will experience well-known brands and new models across every segment of the boating lifestyle.
“Whether mono or multihull, sailing or power, sport or day cruising, fishing or ski-

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