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The Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show 2014

by Sail-World Cruising on 7 Apr 2014
Yachting NZ - Have a Go - Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show Richard Gladwell www.photosport.co.nz
Prizes galore to be won including amazing Stabicraft/Yamaha package worth over $100,000! The 2014 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show is now less than 6 weeks away and this year there are even more reasons why you and your friends and family will enjoy the show.

In addition to being able to see all the very latest boats, engines, electronics, accessories and fishing gear, you will also have the chance to win some quite stunning prizes. Here are just three of them. And remember, all of these great prizes WILL BE WON!

The Stabicraft/Yamaha Grand Prize Package

One lucky visitor to this year’s Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show will take home a Stabicraft/Yamaha G

This is the biggie, the real biggie:

The prize package includes:

A brand new model Stabicraft 2050 Supercab boat

Powered by a 150hp Yamaha F150 4-stroke outboard

On a registered and warranted DMW trailer and fitted with:

Furuno electronics

A Fusion stereo system

Hutchwilco safety gear

A year’s worth of Club Marine insurance.

And it’s so easy to be in to win:

Entry into the $100,000 Stabicraft/Yamaha Grand Prize Package draw is open to everyone who buys their tickets to the 2014 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show at the entrance gates or online.

Ticket holders then need to collect stamps from all seven clearly marked stamping booths (strategically positioned around the show), correctly answer a simple question, add their contact details and place their completed entry ticket the clearly marked entry bin on the Grand Prize Entry stand in Hall 5.

The Stabicraft/Yamaha Grand Prize Package draw will be drawn shortly after the 2014 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show closes at 6pm on Sunday, May 18. The lucky winner will be notified immediately and will be able to pick up their wonderful new boat the following morning.
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