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2020 MEDIA RELEASES
SCIBS 2020 POSTPONED
Organisers today confirmed the 2020 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show will be postponed until later in the year. The announcement comes in light of the continued escalation of Covid-19 cases and government directives on gatherings of more than 500 people.
The health and safety of our teams, exhibitors and event attendees are the number one priority, and our team will endeavour to ensure minimal disruption to all those invested in this year’s Show.
The Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show is the Southern Hemisphere’s premier marine event and we will be working closely with exhibitors and stakeholders to safely deliver another world-class event at a later date.
We thank everyone for their support and understanding during this unprecedented time.
ENDLESS ENTERTAINMENT AND FAMILY FUN HIGH ON THE AGENDA
Visitors can now secure tickets to the 2020 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show (SCIBS), held from May 21-24. Showcasing more than 300 exhibitors, over 600 boats and a jam-packed schedule of entertainment is sure to keep the 45,000 expected visitors both entertained, amazed and delighted.
Encapsulating the vibrant marine lifestyle, visitors will be welcomed with a thriving hub of fun for the whole family – a carnival-type atmosphere which encompasses an array of social events, entertainment and activities. Impressive exhibitor displays across land and water will feature the industry’s latest vessels and innovations, while exclusive product launches from some of the biggest names in the industry will excite marine enthusiasts.
Roving entertainment, live music and a delectable selection of gourmet food and trendy bars will be on offer, while those looking for a hands-on experience are in for a treat with fishing masterclasses and competitions, educational boating workshops and live cooking demonstrations. A dedicated Kids’ Zone will provide endless entertainment for juniors including face painting, a jumping castle and much more.
SCIBS General Manager Johan Hasser said while SCIBS is proven to be one of the largest marine events in the Southern Hemisphere and a highlight on the Gold Coast social calendar, it’s not just for marine enthusiasts and is an event which caters for a wide audience with diverse interests.
“SCIBS gathers the best in marine innovation from both a local and international perspective, but we are so much more than just a boat show. Each year our team strives to create a memorable four days of live music and entertainment, gourmet food and drink offering and enticing activations the entire family can partake in, all of which play part in the quintessential marine lifestyle.”
Tickets can be pre-purchased online at a discounted rate of $20 for a one-day pass, or $25 at the gate, while children under 15 years will be admitted free.
Travelling to and from the show is easy via a number of transport options on offer including a FREE Park ‘n’ Ride from Warner Bros’ Movie World. This popular system provides convenient parking and air-conditioned shuttles buses allowing visitors a relaxing, stress-free and safe mode of transport.
On-site parking is available for pre-purchase online, while boat owners can opt to anchor their vessels in the Coomera River and arrive by water with Volunteer Marine Rescue for a gold coin donation.
For those who really want to arrive in the lap of luxury, helicopter transfers from Marina Mirage can be arranged with Gold Coast Helitours for $100 one-way, or $180 return.
SCIBS 2020 has something to suit everyone, offering both the chance to indulge in all things marine, or simply enjoy the fantastic line up of food, bars and entertainment across four, fun-filled days.
* based on the gate price of $25
Visitors to the 2020 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show (SCIBS) can expect a total of more than 300 exhibitors and 600 boats, including a diverse array of trailerable boats and engines within the massive Sports, Leisure and Fishing Precinct which will be a key highlight of this year’s show.
With over 20,000 square-meters of space dedicated to the very best and latest trailerable boats, the Sports, Leisure and Fishing Precinct will showcase brands and models to suit every interest, from offshore angler to first-time boaties.
Dominic O’Brien, SCIBS Sales & Partnerships Manager said “SCIBS is the Gold Coast’s major trailer boat show of the year and no matter what you’re looking for, there will be something for every budget and every interest, whether that’s day boats, family boats, tenders, RIB’s, sports boats, skiboats, wakeboats or fishing boats – whatever you need to get out on the water.”
Names such as Grady White, Regal, Edgewater, Nautique, Sail Cat, Cruisecraft, Baycrusher, Jeanneu, Beneteau, Boston Whaler, Sea Ray, Stabicraft, Malibu, Sea Fox, Makocraft, Cobalt, Bayliner, Highfield, Formosa, Mako, Tracker, Hurley Marine, Brig, Horizon, AB Inflatables, Aurora, Sea Jay, Sun Tracker, Haines Signature, Quintrex, Baysport, Aquamaster and Barcrusher will all feature in the Sports, Leisure and Fishing Precinct.
“The latest outboard engines will be on show, including engines for new boats, the best-value options for repowering and engine upgrades, plus an exciting array of packages offering boat, trailer, engine and accessories,” he added.
Engine brands for this segment will cover the gamut of sizes and applications including Mercury, Yamaha, Suzuki, Honda and Evinrude. Always a popular attraction, the Berkley Supertank will be conducting Masterclasses every hour covering the art of barra fishing, what lures to use and where to find them. A sea trial area will feature a selection of vessels from dealers holding on-water tests for qualified buyers who want to try before they buy.
Northside Marine has attended every show since the inception of SCIBS in 1989, and the team is particularly looking forward to showcasing Jeanneau Cruisers in 2020 – a new addition to their brands.
“This is our first year representing Jeanneau Cruisers’ Merry Fisher range,” said Sales Manager, Bill Hull. “Jeanneau is an exciting brand with something for everybody. They are made in France by Beneteau, the biggest boat builder in the world. We will have several models, including the 605 (19ft), 895 (29ft) and 1095 (33ft) on the hardstand, which will be very impressive.”
Also from Northside Marine, the NZ-built Surtees and Stabicraft ranges. “They are sturdy, extremely high-quality, aluminium boats built for fishing, suited to the hardcore anglers and family-friendly fishos. We will have four models from each brand, as well as packages with Yamaha engines and trailers. It’s always an exciting show for us to exhibit new products.”
JSW Powersports will present the full range of Sea-Doo PWC models, a selection of Sea Fox boats and Malibu and Axis wake boats. New at SCIBS 2020 is the brand-new Sea Fox 268 Commander which is ideal for angling. The 26ft centre console is jam-packed with luxury features making it a versatile boat for families who love to fish. For serious offshore anglers looking for a capable sports-fishing package the Sea Fox 268 offers outstanding value for money. Then there’s the Malibu 22 LSV Wakesetter, offering the ultimate performance in a boat that is easier to store, trailer and manoeuvre around the docks. Its extra-wide beam ensures plenty of room for up to 14 guests.
Sirocco Marine North has committed to more space for more boats, promising a 40-vessel line-up, including all-new models from Brig, the world’s best-selling RIB brand. New Brig models on show will be the Eagle 350, Eagle 4 and Eagle 5. Brig CEO, Slava Rodionov will travel from the Ukraine headquarters to attend the show. “We will also be promoting the Brig lifestyle advantages such as use of our fleet of loan boats, events that bring the Brig brand to life, and all the value-adds of our Brig membership program,” said Sirocco Marine North Director, Dylan Lopez.
Honda will display alongside Sirocco Marine North, showcasing the new and improved Honda V6 range of outboard engines that offer ‘Drive By Wire’ (DBW) technology. The V6 range consists of the BF200, BF225, BF250 and new BF175. All four engines have the proven 3.6-litre V6 engine that powers the BF250 outboard motor and sport Honda’s new Progressive V Form design, where the design concept engine is based on the “NSX” Supercar. Whether boaters are weekend cruisers or commercial users, the enhanced Honda V6 motors deliver improved corrosion resistance and reliability, which equals maximum time on the water.
Another leading engine marque, Mercury Marine will support five of the brand’s Queensland dealers. Mercury Marine Marketing Manager Anthony Brown said they are planning to showcase the Mercury V6 and V8 outboard engines with joystick piloting technology, along with Mercury diesel and petrol sterndrive engines, plus some exciting new products making their debut.
In other launches, Queensland Marine Centre (QMC) will host the Australian debut of the Sea Ray 400 SLX OB and 350 Sundancer as part of their eight-strong Sea Ray line-up. From the Boston Whaler range QMC will display the all-new 280 Vantage and nine other models in this iconic American brand. QMC also represents the Mastercraft marque and will have at least six vessels on show, including the Australian premiere of the new Mastercraft X24 or X26.
Brisbane Quintrex, the southside’s only Yamaha Quintrex dealer, will be showing the latest Evinrude G2 115 to 140 outboard engines, along with the full range of the latest Yellowfin, plate aluminium boats, Quintrex pressed aluminium boats and Baysport fibreglass range.
Owner Aaron Goodchild said “The new Yellowfin 760 Southerner is a must-see at SCIBS 2020. It’s ideal for the fishos who like to go out wide”. “We will be launching the 705 Baysport offshore at SCIBS, which is product of five years of R&D and comes with 225hp Yamaha engine and trailer.
“There’s a great line-up of Quintrex boats as well! One in four boats sold in Australia is a Quintrex, and there’s a model for every budget and every boating lifestyle.” For the serious offshore angler, the new range of Formosa plate aluminium boats from Gold Coast Boating Centre will be sure to turn heads. Gold Coast Boating Centre will present around 25 current model boats from leading brands: Stessco, Horizon Boats, Stessl and Formosa, including half cabins, centre cabins, centre consoles and bowriders. According to owner Scott Mahon, “The SRT hull on Formosa Boats features 19-degree deadrise and innovative water ballast option to deliver a dry, stable, safe ride for offshore boating, as well as the comfort and versatility suitable for family bay cruising.”
The Haines Group will have a selection of around 20 boats representing the Haines Signature range, Aquamaster, Barcrusher and Seafarer Boats. They will also have Suzuki engines on show, ranging in size from 2.5hp to 350hp, plus information on the innovative Suzuki 140hp with Fly By Wire controls which launched to great acclaim in February 2020 in Miami.
“SCIBS 2020 will be the best place for seasoned boaties and newcomers to the boating lifestyle to see the wide range of boats and motors on offer,” said Mr O’Brien. “Dealers and brand experts will be on hand to demonstrate their products and provide insight about tailoring your vessels to suit your boating lifestyle.”
To register as an exhibitor, visit www.sanctuarycoveboatshow.com.au or phone the SCIBS office on +61 7 5577 6011.
Running from May 21-24, 2020, the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show attracts over 45,000 visitors and more than 300 exhibitors to a spectacular showcase featuring hundreds of boats and thousands of marine products across four days.
The 2020 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show (SCIBS) has attracted a strong response from exhibitors, all of them enthused by the prospect of an enhanced larger layout and additions to the program for this year’s edition, 21 to 24 May.
Australian manufacturers and the cream of international boat brands have already signed up including Riviera, Maritimo, Princess Yachts, Horizon, Palm Beach Motor Yachts, Ocean Alexander, Ferretti, Azimut, Galeon, Fleming, Whitehaven and Integrity. From the multihull segment, Seawind, Lagoon, Leopard, Fountaine Pajot, Aquila and Iliad will have new models on show.
In the popular ‘Sports Leisure and Fishing Precinct’ brands including Boston Whaler, Sea Ray, Mastercraft, Cruise Craft, Quintrex, Makocraft, Tracker, Sea Jay and Stessco have been quick to secure space. From the burgeoning RIB category, Brig will have around 30 models on display.
Electronics equipment specialists such as Raymarine, Simrad, B&G, Lowrance and Garmin are planning major launches of products that enhance the boating lifestyle in navigation, safety, fishing and entertainment.
According to SCIBS Sales & Partnerships Manager Dominic O’Brien “Over 80 percent of the site has already been booked and the show is expected to sell out well in advance. SCIBS is significant as the first boat show of the Australian calendar, attracting more than 45,000 visitors – consumers and B2B customers – from all over the country, New Zealand and Asia.”
Riviera will be back at SCIBS celebrating the brand’s 40th anniversary where it will proudly host one of its largest showcases of Australia’s world-class luxury motor yachts for the year.
“In one location, visitors will be able to inspect the world premiere of the 64 Sports Motor Yacht, the Australian Premiere of the 505 SUV along with selected other models from the award-winning Sport Yacht, Flybridge and Belize models from 39 to 72 feet,” said Riviera Brand & Communications Director Stephen Milne.
Maritimo promises one of its largest on-water presentations with several new model premieres.
“Sanctuary Cove is one of our most important and successful boat shows annually, truly living up to the name of an international boat show, with guests from around the globe,” said Lead Designer and Brand Director, Tom Barry-Cotter. “Traditionally SCIBS adds a significant boost to our forward orders, which is already out well into 2021 with sales generated internationally last year.”
Barry-Cotter said SCIBS was a successful show because it appeals to a broad range of people seeking everything from boating accessories to superyachts, and it’s a resort village destination with the added attraction of restaurants, bars, Championship golf courses and the InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort.
Another international brand, Horizon Yacht Australia plans to exhibit the new Horizon FD80 and one of the largest vessels at the show, the Horizon RP100.
“We are going ‘all-out’ for SCIBS this year, displaying our vessels in the new, undercover section of the marina,” said Mark Western, Managing Director, Horizon Yacht Australia.
“There will be a new concept for our owner/VIP hospitality and John Lu, Horizon founder will be attending. SCIBS is our home show and we are going to throw everything at it in 2020.”
Princess Yachts Australia, will debut the new Princess F70 and the Princess V65, with senior staff from Princess Yachts UK in attendance for the launch.
Dealer Principal Greg Haines said “SCIBS is the most significant boat show on the Australian calendar, bringing visitors from all over the world and in particular from all over Australia. With the opening of the new Marina at Sanctuary Cove we look forward to displaying our boats in the position that will become the home of Princess in Australia.”
Representing Ocean Alexander and Galeon Motor Yachts, Alexander Marine Australia plans to display the Ocean Alexander 84R and new Galeon 640 Fly, both of which will make their Australian debut at SCIBS 2020.
“The Ocean Alexander is a breathtaking vessel showcasing our European-inspired ‘R series’ (Revolution Series) styling,” said Director, Todd Holzapfel. “The Galeon 640 Fly has several prestigious awards for design innovation. We’re sure they will both attract serious interest at SCIBS.”
Sirocco Marine North will return to its traditional space on Masthead Way, this year occupying more space for more boats in a phenomenal 40 vessel line-up – making it the largest on-land exhibitor at SCIBS 2020.
According to Director, Dylan Lopez, visitors can expect all-new models from Brig, the world’s best-selling RIB brand, including the Eagle 350, Eagle 4 and Eagle 5. Brig’s CEO, Slava Rodionov will travel from the Ukraine headquarters to attend SCIBS 2020.
“We will also be promoting the Brig lifestyle advantages such as use of our fleet of loan boats, events that bring the Brig brand to life, and all the value-adds of our Brig membership program.”
Fleming Yachts Australia are returning in 2020. For the first time, Fleming will have two boats on display and it is also the first time in 10 years that a Fleming 65 will be on display at SCIBS.
As Sam Nicholas at Fleming explains: “Fleming Yachts Australia are displaying a new F58 and F65 at SCIBS 2020. The 58 is the latest model from our Taiwan yard, and drawn by Norman R Wright & Sons in Brisbane whose expertise in designing semi displacement motor cruiser hulls is unrivalled in Australia. The 58 was created to fill the gap between the 55 and the 65 and has an engine room to die for with full headroom.”
Then there’s the iconic 65. The first Fleming 65 was built in 2004 for the company founder Tony Fleming so he could test the boat to its limits and feedback the extensive real-world experience to the design and engineering team.
At this year’s show, Integrity Motor Yachts will host the world debut of a sleek and stylish addition to the Integrity SX range, the 460 SX. The 460 SX features a two-cabin arrangement, each with private ensuite, a higher roofline and updated interior and exterior styling.
The second Whitehaven Harbour Classic 40 will launch at SCIBS 2020, boasting several differences from hull 1, including engine upgrade to twin diesel Volvo Penta IPS engines, with Twin Disc electronic engine controls and two joystick stations and autopilot.
“Sanctuary Cove is the home base for Whitehaven and Integrity making it our important home show,” said company co-owner, Bruce Scott. “As the show has been running for more than 30 years, it is well established and attracts quality boat buyers.”
A SCIBS exhibitor of 21 years, Multihull Central will have an impressive range of catamarans on show in 2020, including the Seawind 1260, named ‘Best Catamaran Under 50 feet’ last year by Cruising World magazine, the popular Seawind 1160 LITE, and in the power segment, the new model Aquila 36, new Aquila 44 power cat with a revamped interiors, plus information on the iconic Outremer range of blue water cruising cats and details on new Corsair trimarans.
“Sanctuary Cove is a launch pad not only for customers to shop for new catamarans in a great atmosphere, but is also sits in the heartland of catamaran territory with South East Queensland a natural departure point to cruise the Queensland coast and South Pacific Islands,” said Multihull Central Director, Brent Vaughan.
Multihull Solutions has confirmed their presentation at SCIBS this year will include the Australian launch of the Fountaine Pajot ELBA 45 sailing catamaran, Iliad 50 and Iliad 70 power catamarans and several other vessels, still to be decided.
“SCIBS is always an integral part of our marketing,” said Andrew de Bruin, Multihull Solutions’ General Manager. “It draws extremely strong numbers of genuine buyers to see the range of new models we showcase. It is a professionally run event that always delivers excellent operational support and is a show we all enjoy being a part of each year.”
Exhibiting in the Marine Village and with several vessels on water, QMC will have a sensational display with a boat for every budget and boating lifestyle.
Making their Australian debut are the Sea Ray 400 SLX OB and 350 Sundancer which will take their place in an eight-strong Sea Ray display. From the Boston Whaler brand, QMC will show the all-new 280 Vantage and nine other models in this iconic American brand. Then in the Mastercraft marque, there will be six vessels on show and the Australian premiere of the new Mastercraft X24 or X26, yet to be confirmed.
Navigation equipment brands are concentrated in the Pavilions and this year, Raymarine hints it will be launching “an exciting new product that could be on display for the first time at boat show worldwide”, but as yet remains confidential.
Damien Weber, General Manager at Raymarine said the company always looks forward to SCIBS as an excellent launch platform for the year ahead and an opportunity to showcase new products in the Raymarine range.
“SCIBS aligns very well with the Raymarine product portfolio, catering for cruising, fishing and sailboat owners of all sizes,” he said. “The Village atmosphere and dual marina and hall aspect facilitates a great environment to engage with customers.”
Whetting boaties’ appetites for the latest gear and gadgets, Navico will launch a raft of high-tech, user-friendly products in 2020, including Lowrance Hook, Simrad Halo20 Radar, B&G Halo20 Radar, Simrad NSOevo3S and B&G Zeus3S.
These debuts are in addition to Navico’s comprehensive range of fishfinders, chartplotters, MFDs, VHF Radios and Audio options from Clarion and JL Audio.
“Sanctuary Cove boat show is always an important show for us,” said Brad Verkerk, Trade Marketing Executive at Navico. “It’s the first of the year and gives us a great opportunity to showcase new product.”
EXHIBITOR APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN FOR THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE’S PREMIER MARINE EVENT
Officially launching today, exhibitors can now secure their preferred space on water and within the vibrant Marine Village for the 2020 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show (SCIBS) held from May 21-24.
From November 28, marine brands are invited to join the 32nd edition of the southern hemisphere’s premier marine event, home to a stellar display of the latest products and innovations all in one spectacular location.
Following the 2019 show which was declared as one of the most successful in the event’s history, attracting 47,243 visitors, 334 exhibitors and over 600 boats, organisers anticipate exhibitor space will again sell out well before SCIBS 2020 in May.
A raft of exciting changes have been implemented to the site to further enhance the visitor experience including an improved pavilion layout and new zones catering for more trailerable boats on land and luxury vessels on water.
The recent announcement of a $8.31M investment by owners Mulpha Australia Ltd to expand the Sanctuary Cove Marina ahead of the show will facilitate more boats on water with brand new premium options for vessels up to 180 feet.
SCIBS General Manager Johan Hasser said the expansion of the marina presents the opportunity to grow the high-end offering on water and strengthen the luxury superyacht and charter segments at the show.
“More premium on water displays, coupled with more space for the growing trailer boat segment means next year’s show will aim to expand both ends of the market.”
Recently appointed General Manager of Quintrex boats, Sam Heyes, has high hopes for the company’s hometown boat show and their dealer network including Brisbane Quintrex, Surf Coast, Whitewater and Tweed Coast Marine.
“SCIBS is the Gold Coast’s biggest trailer boat event of the year. It is a chance for boaties from Brisbane to Tweed to touch and feel our entire range of boats all while enjoying the epic location.”
“We are an outdoor recreation company, and the layout of SCIBS is perfect to show off the boating lifestyle. Because we have access to sea trials, customers can test drive at the show. Something so unique and so valuable in showing future boaties the best parts about owning a boat.”
Maritimo Lead Designer and Brand Director Tom Barry-Cotter said that SCIBS is one of the most important marketing initiatives on the Maritimo annual calendar.
“2020 is set to be one of the most impressive shows yet. Maritimo will have a number of models exhibiting within our on water brand experience including the launch of a premiere model with details to be announced soon.”
“Several international dealer partners will be travelling to the Gold Coast for the show and we anticipate a repeat of previous year’s sales success.”
Andrew Bennett from Queensland Marine Centre (QMC) said he was thrilled to be returning to SCIBS in 2020, stating it is an opportunity not to be missed for marine brands.
“SCIBS is always a successful show for our team and next year will be no exception. We’ll be showcasing a range of brands including SeaRay, Boston Whaler, Mastercraft and Dorado.” Mr Bennett said.
“We’ve been coming to SCIBS for many years now, and it’s always been a fantastic event for us both in terms of sales, showcasing to new and existing customers and mixing with our industry peers.”
Riviera Brand & Communications Director Stephen Milne, confirmed that the company was looking forward to their 28th appearance at SCIBS and the opportunity to showcase an outstanding collection of motor yachts.
“2020 will be an exceptional year for Riviera as we celebrate our 40th Anniversary. Around the world, our 5,600 motor yacht owners and our team of over 600 master-craftsmen on the Gold Coast will be triumphant as we celebrate the finest-ever Riviera motor yachts created with two world premieres scheduled at SCIBS 2020.”
“Being such a prestigious year, Riviera has many plans and surprises in store for 2020 and that includes a sensational display of motor yachts at SCIBS from 39 to 72 feet across our Sport Yacht, SUV, Flybridge, Sports Motor Yacht and Belize model collections. As Australia’s largest and most awarded luxury motor yacht builder, SCIBS provides the perfect opportunity to present one of our most comprehensive displays of the year.”
To register as an exhibitor, visit www.sanctuarycoveboatshow.com.au or phone the Boat Show office on +61 7 5577 6011.
Mulpha is set to expand the Sanctuary Cove Marina in response to berthing demand for premium recreational vessels from 50 feet up to Superyachts larger than 180 feet in length.
Following an $8.31million investment, the new development will take the Sanctuary Cove marina capacity from 237 to 303 vessels.
And in a first for the Australian recreational marina industry, the new marina will include covered berths. This 6-star offering will provide premier marina berthing complemented by unparalleled customer service, facilities and amenities.
Marina General Manger, Steve Sammes said “The new facility will be a ‘signature project’, setting a new benchmark in marina design and facilities in Australia.
“Sanctuary Cove is uniquely positioned to offer berth holders the ultimate boating and lifestyle experience.
“Marina facilities have direct access to the Sanctuary Cove retail Village, home to one of the best dining and retail destinations on the Gold Coast, the five-star InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort, two championship golf courses, and the Sanctuary Cove Country club offering an outstanding range of gym, massage, pilates and fitness services, all at the fingertips of our berth holders.”
A six-star level of customer service offering will be available to further enhance the berth holders’ boating experience.
As Mr Sammes explained “‘Admiral Club Membership’ has a host of benefits and privileges together with Intercontinental Hotel Sanctuary Cove concierge services, including valet vehicle parking, golf buggy transfer from the hotel reception onto the marina piers, room service for on board meals and even laundry pick up and return.”
Mulpha has been encouraged by the continued growth of the Gold Coast marine industry. Recent announcements such as the multi-million-dollar private investment in the refit and maintenance facilities in the adjacent Coomera Marine Precinct and the Queensland government’s commitment to long-term dredging of the Coomera River demonstrate the industry’s commitment to making the Northern Gold Coast the premium boating destination in the region.
Mulpha CEO Greg Shaw said Sanctuary Cove boasts a unique value proposition as “Australia’s best positioned marina in terms of location and facilities”.
“Sanctuary Cove is a truly integrated lifestyle resort offering the very best in Resort Hotel, retail, golf, fitness and lifestyle facilities. This unique setting also hosts an impressive calendar of events, including the annual Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show and the annual Sanctuary Cove Food and Wine Festival.
“We are confident local, interstate and international boat owners will see the benefits of leasing a berth at Sanctuary Cove and enjoying a sojourn on the Gold Coast as part of their itinerary.”
Opened with euphoric optimism in 1986, accompanied by the dulcet tones of Frank Sinatra and Whitney Houston, Sanctuary Cove is to this day, the globally recognised benchmark for master planned waterfront communities.
Mr Shaw said the marina expansion forms part on an ongoing long-term investment program to continue to enhance Sanctuary Cove facilities for the benefit all stakeholders including guests, residents and tenants.
“Extending the marina facilities will attract a new superyacht market to the destination.” The marina expansion is due for completion prior to the 2020 Sanctuary Cove International Boat show, 21 to 24 May. Mulpha is the owner and event manager of the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.
Mr Shaw confirmed the marina expansion means a bigger and better boat show in 2020. The event, in its 32nd year, attracts more than 40,000 visitors and 300 exhibitors annually.
Mulpha is an established owner and manager of property, hotel and leisure assets, with an extensive portfolio of real estate, property development, hospitality, education, retirement and infrastructure assets.
Current investments include the ultimate luxury private island, InterContinental Hayman Island Resort, Intercontinental Hotel Sydney, Sanctuary Cove and Intercontinental Hotel Sanctuary Cove, Bimbadgen Winery Estate, Norwest Business Park, Mulgoa Rise and Bella Vista Waters Residential Estates, The Hotel School (Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane), Marritz Hotel and Salzburg Apartments in Perisher.
Media Fact Sheet
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