The countdown is on for the Southern Hemisphere’s premier marine event with just four weeks until hundreds of boats sail, cruise and float into Sanctuary Cove for the 32nd Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.

Whether you’re looking for your next fishing vessel, wake boat or new ski, a stroll through the sports, fishing and leisure precinct will have you covered.

See the range from JSW Powersports including Sea-Doo, Sea Fox, Malibu and Axis Boats. With personal watercraft high on the shopping list for many sea lovers over the past 12 months, thrill seekers should check out the all new, re-designed 2021 Sea-Doo RXP-X 300, a top-of-the-line racing watercraft. Two of the first Malibu M220 boats in Australia will also make an appearance at next month’s show.

The Gold Coast’s local Quintrex and Suzuki dealer, Surf Coast Marine, will showcase a range of aluminium bowriders, side consoles and open boats, while Sirocco Marine North, Powercat Marine and Sailfish Catamarans will each bring their own plethora of impressive displays.

Sunseeker East Coast Australia will be present the latest high-tech RIB from Pirelli and Technorib; these Italian built luxury RIBS feature high performance alongside superior quality and cutting-edge design.

Rib Force Inflatables will parade its own prestigious AB Inflatable range, designed and built as tenders for the superyachts.

Northside Marine is excited to exhibit a range of models starting with the star of its range, the Jeanneau 10.5WA s2, the first of its kind in the Asia Pacific region. It will appear alongside the Jeanneau 795 s2, a new model in the Merry Fisher range and an updated version of the extremely popular 795, while the new model Stabicraft 1450 Frontier is likely to draw a crowd given the current scarcity of Stabicrafts in the Australian market.

Game fishermen will be enthralled by the Surtees 650 Game Fisher which has the new Yamaha Helm Master installed, including a fantastic joystick, making controlling the boat a breeze.

The dedicated 20,000 square metre sports, fishing and leisure precinct will also play home to Queensland Marine Centre (QMC), Nitro Marine, Whittley, Haines, Cobalt, Nautique, Makocraft and more from Thursday 20 to Sunday 23 May.