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The wheels are turning with preparations underway for the Sanctuary Cove Boating Festival! The three-day event, scheduled from November 13 to 15, has already attracted an exciting range of exhibitor bookings since the event was announced just three weeks ago.

A host of big names in the fishing and trailer boat segment have confirmed their attendance, with the likes of Australian Marine Centre, Game and Leisure Boats, Nautique Central, Surf Coast Marine, Cobalt Boats, Hurricane, Sailfish Catamarans, Nitro Marine, Whittley Marine Group, Magbay Yachts and Northside Marine on display throughout the vibrant Marina Village.

“The level of industry support has been very gratifying. Exhibitors have secured sites on both land and water, which reflects industry desire to showcase the best the marine sector has to offer,” says SCIBS Sales & Partnerships Manager Dominic O’Brien.

“The Festival will feature every segment of the boating lifestyle, with a range of impressive displays from sailing boats, motor yachts, mono and multihulls, to fishing and trailer boats, leisure crafts, and new gear and gadgets.”

Managing director Greg Nickerson said they were extremely happy to hear that Sanctuary Cove announced a marine event for late 2020.

“With the cancelling of all other boat shows this year, an opportunity to display our great range of boats to a wider audience is welcomed,” Mr Nickerson said.

“Whilst the Boating Festival will be on a smaller scale compared to a traditional SCIBS format, I believe it will bring out fantastic crowds to this world-class Sanctuary Cove facility and we are very much looking forward to participating.”

We look forward to welcoming you to the Sanctuary Cove Boating Festival this November.

To ensure the safety of all patrons, visitors must pre-register their attendance at the Sanctuary Cove Boating Festival online. Registration and access details will be released closer to the event date, as organisers work closely with health officials to ensure the event complies with COVID-safe practices.