The Sanctuary Cove Marine Village will once again play host to the latest arrivals from hundreds of top marine brands and dealers for the upcoming Sanctuary Cove Boating Festival from November 13 to 15.
Prominent trailer boat brands on land include Australian Marine Centre with Barcrusher and Haines models; Deep Blue Boats showcasing EdgeWater Boats; Wild About Boats with fishing boats from Stejcraft and Queensland Marine Centre with US exports Boston Whaler, Mastercraft and Sea Ray.
With additional brands such as Surf Coast Marine bringing Quintrex; Northside Marine with Surtees, Jeanneau, Stabicraft and Malibu; Nitro Marine presenting the best of the Mako, Sea Jay Aluminium Boats and Sun Tracker ranges; as well as Stessl Marine with Makocraft Boats, Cobalt Boats, Nautique Boats, Blue Water Cruising Yachts and Whittley Boats, to name a few.
For those looking to update their engines, Yamaha, Mercury and Suzuki will also be well represented by a number of dealers.
Sales & Partnerships Manager Dominic O’Brien says an extensive and diverse range of trailer boats will be featured at the Sanctuary Cove Boating Festival, with everything from performance RIBs and tenders, to trailer boats fitted out for angling or diving.
“We expect families and recreational boating enthusiasts will show ample interest in the trailer boat segment at this year’s event, particularly in the lead up to summer given the local region’s incredible waterways,” Mr O’Brien said.
“Whether you’re looking for a trailer boat to take fishing in Moreton Bay or a family day out on the Broadwater, South-East Queensland and Northern New South Wales are the perfect environments for a trailer boat.”
The world-class Sanctuary Cove Marina will also showcase trailer boats on the water, with Spirit Marine displaying Beneteau Antares and Flipper; Game and Leisure Boats bringing Regal and Grady White models; Sailfish Catamarans showing its signature range; and Nautilus Australia representing the Parker brand.
Access to the Sanctuary Cove Boating Festival is made easy with free on-site parking. While the event is free for the public, visitors must register their attendance to comply with COVID Safe plans.