Alongside a stellar showcase of trailerable boats, watersports and inflatable craft at next month’s SCIBS, the mammoth display of the latest boating gear and gadgets is sure to float your boat!
With three areas dedicated to the growing trailer boat segment spanning 20,000m2, including the popular Sports, Leisure and Fishing Precinct, visitors can expect to see hundreds of the latest models to suit everyone from first-time boaties to experienced offshore anglers.
Well-known brands dropping anchor include Quintrex, Jeanneau, Mastercraft, Makocraft, Boston Whaler, RIB Force, Sea-Doo, Sea Ray, Haines, Whittley, BRIG, Sea Fox, Aurora, Yamaha and Mercury.
In the marine technology segment, the likes of Stella, Garmin, Fusion, Navico, Club Marine, Navionics, Seabreeze, Dometic, Raymarine, HELLA, Bruno, Lowrance, Simrad, VETUS-Maxwell and International Paint will be on display in the Pavilions, proudly presented by Stella.
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Boasting a world-class range of boat and motor brands, Queensland Marine Centre (QMC) dealer principal Andrew Bennett said the company was thrilled to be returning to Sanctuary Cove for a 26th year.
“We will once again be displaying a large range of boats at the Show, with some Australian premieres from the likes of Crest Pontoons, Sea Ray, Mastercraft, Protector and Boston Whaler,” Mr Bennett said.
“Some of the exciting new models include Sea Ray 320 Sundancer Outboard, Mastercraft X26, all new Crest pontoons and the exciting new Boston Whaler Vantages.
“Also on show from New Zealand will be the world-renowned Protector RIBs.
Adding to the stable of new arrivals, JSW Powersports’ marketing manager Oliver Bennett said the watersports dealer will be hosting the Australian premiere of high-end luxury wake boat, the Malibu M220, at SCIBS.
“Year on year, the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show continues to grow and expand, offering additional incentives for both consumers and exhibitors, resulting in a world class boat show,” Mr Bennett said.
“We’re also looking forward to showcasing the 2021 Sea-Doo RXP-X 300, which we consider to be the ultimate top-of-the-line racing watercraft, as well as the latest Sea Fox 328 Commander centre console which combines both family leisure and sport fishing.”
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