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Mandurah Boat Show begins this October

by Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show on 21 Sep 2013
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The Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show will take place 11-13 October 2013 at the Mandurah Offshore Fishing and Sailing Club, Mandurah Ocean Marina. This year’s Show is BIG – with heaps of new boats on display including the world release Sunseeker; trailer boats, kayaks, jets skis, fishing gear, camping gear, electronics and more! All the big brands are back and there’s heaps to see and do.

Paul Worsteling from iFish will be at the Show in what will be his first live appearance ever in WA. He loves a chat and will be at the Show all weekend, so make sure you come down and say g’day!

Thanks to Bayliner, Aquasports Marine and The West Australian, you have the chance to win a boat just by being at the Show! Visitors have the chance to win the new Bayliner Element which has just been released in Australia.

At the Show, we are enthusiastic about promoting the boating and fishing lifestyle and encouraging people to get involved. This year, special guest Emma George will join forces with the Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show to help promote boating and fishing as healthy family activities. Emma is former Olympic athlete and mother of three young boys, and is passionate about children participating in healthy, active and fun activities from a young age.



Stuff for kids:

• Casting competition.
• Kayak rides from the beach.
• Kids can test their skills at driving a boat!
• Heaps of interesting and interactive presentations.
• Pirate Show
• Bouncy castle
• Entertainment

Club Marine Stage: Club Marine chef Bart Beek will feature on stage each day presenting cooking demonstrations using recipes from the new Club Marine Gourmet Delights cook book. Using local produce, he will cook his recipes and explain his techniques – and if you hang around the stage you just might get a sample! The stage will also have fashion parades featuring local products; new product reviews; interviews and more.

Western Angler Fishing Stage: For the fishing enthusiasts, the Western Angler Fishing Stage will be in full swing all weekend long. Fishing demonstrations in the Engel Aquatank will be held continually across the weekend. Presenters will include Paul Worsteling and Emma George, plus fishing writers Scott Coghlan, Mike Roennfeldt, and Peter Anderton presenting fish filleting demonstrations.
Eye Candy!

This year we truly have something for everybody! Following the success of displays last year, some of the most amazing vehicles you will ever see will be on display at the Show thanks to Barbagallo. Come down and admire the Supercar Promenade, you won’t be disappointed!

And for the first time, Linneys will be showcasing a stunning collection of jewellery at the Show. The jewellery showcased will be inspired by the ocean, with the designs carefully handcrafted to capture the natural beauty of the Australian South Sea pearls. For the diamond connoisseur, they will also be showcasing the rare and collectable West Australian Argyle pink diamonds. Linneys are excited to be showcasing some rare and unique pieces of fine jewellery at this year’s Show.

Dates and Times

Friday 11th 10am - 6pm ?Saturday 12th 10am - 6pm ?Sunday 13th 10am - 5pm
Bring the kids for free!

Adults $18 Pensioner/Student $14? Kids under 16 FREE! (if accompanied by an adult)
Parking

Take advantage of the free shuttle bus service operating from John Tonkin College – Tindale Campus and Mandurah Train Station. Free shuttle bus to and from the show departing every 5-10mins between 9.00am and 6.30pm.

(NOTE: $2 fee applies for parking, with proceeds to Mandurah Volunteer Marine Rescue Mandurah Boat Show
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