Prize package on offer for early bird buyers to Hutchwilco Show
by Mike Rose on 19 Feb 2013
Visitors to the 2013 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show who book their tickets online before May 8 will go into the draw to win a spectacular $3,000 Viking Profish 440 Evolution IV fishing kayak package.
$3000 Viking Profish 440 Evolution IV fishing kayak package © Mike Rose
The Viking Profish 440 Evolution IV is a top of the line fishing kayak with incredible stability in all conditions. This makes it the ideal kayak from which to fish safely either off the coast or in calmer, harbour waters.
The Viking Profish 440 Evolution IV is also an incredibly practical fishing kayak with an unprecedented number of places to safely stow everything from cellphones and refreshments to bait and the catch.
The 'early bird' prize package also includes an amazing array of practical extras designed to further enhance the fishing and kayaking experience.
These include a Hutchwilco multi-fit safety vest, deluxe fisherman seat, Propelz speed paddle, insulated fish bag, running rig and drift chute, two Railblaza rod holders, paddle leash and two rod leashes, C Tug kayak trolley, safety flag, fish stringer and Propelz deluxe seat cushion.
Tickets to the 2013 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show are now available by clicking the ‘Buy Tickets’ tab at www.boatshow.co.nz.
Those attending the show will also have the chance to win a large number of other great prizes, too. These include the incredible $100,000 Stabicraft/Yamaha prize package, two $2000 Viking kayaks each day (8 in total) and a trip for two to Sipidan in Malaysia to the world’s only dive rig.
The Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show is New Zealand’s longest-running, largest and most popular boat show. It will be held at the ASB Showgrounds, in Greenlane Auckland on May 16-19, 2013. Hours are 10am until 6pm daily, with a single late night, on Friday May 17, when the show will be open until 9pm. Admission is just $20 for adults and there is no charge for children 16 and under.
More at www.boatshow.co.nz
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