Middle Harbour Boat Show at d'Albora Marina
by Mainsheet Media on 23 Jul 2013
The Middle Harbour Boat Show will feature new boats, pre-loved boats, boat gear, boat maintenance, and much more, organised by the local businesses and hosted by d’Albora Marina at The Spit. Held over the weekend of 27th and 28th of July, the show is a relaxed way to see and enjoy what the local marine businesses have to offer.
The Middle Harbour Boat Show held at d'Albora Marina, the The Spit d'Albora Marinas
There will be a full range of new boats from Matthew Willett Marine, who is the local agent for Jeanneau powerboats and Prestige Luxury Motor Yachts, Emarine Australia will have the latest Sabre and Back Cove Motor Yachts, and One Brokerage will have a selection of Fairline motor yachts on display.
If you are after a ski boat, a runabout, an inflatable or a PWC, Sydney Powerboat Centre has you covered. View the latest Four Winns powerboats, Sea-Doo PWQCs, outboard engines, inflatables and more.
Or if sharing a boat is more your style, why not drop in and see Boating Syndication Australia. Owning a share in a boat has never been easier and BSA have a wide range of walk-on walk-off options ranging from 36-70ft vessels.
To keep your boat looking like new you can see the full range of maintenance options at the show. Onboard Marine Services for mechanical and electrical, Katons Electrical for electronics and electrical, Elite Gelcoat Repairs for one-stop shipwright repair, and Ocean Aircon will keep you and your food and drink cool with refrigeration and air conditioning service.
Of course to make your life that much easier, My Boatie offers services that include boat detailing, vessel management schedules, skippers, vessel refueling, errands, and concierge services.
All that you need, under one roof - visit your local marine businesses at Middle Harbour Boat Show here
Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th of July 2013 from ten in the morning to six in the evening each day free.
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