The Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show is on again this October, and with interest already shown in the 2012 event, the Show promises to be huge.
The prospectus is now available to exhibitors and Show organisers are overwhelmed with the response so far. Slight layout changes in the Show have been well received, and Show Director Peter Woods said he is looking forward to being able to accommodate even more exhibits into this year’s Show.
'The Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show has the support of some of Australia’s biggest boat manufacturers and dealers including Sunseeker Australia, Princess Yachts, Fairline, Boston Whaler and Searay, and Quintrex; and we look forward to having these brands on board again this year,' Peter said.
Peter also announced the 2012 Show will filled with more to see and do, with new entertainment and activities planned for all ages to enjoy.
'This year we will again have Club Marine chef Bart Beek on stage presenting cooking demonstrations, and will have the fishing stage and the Aquatank with fishing demos all weekend long. Fashion parades and new product reviews, plus Hodgie the Barefoot Fisherman with his trick casting will be seen on the main stage.
'This year we will introduce more to see and do for the kids, with a new fishing competition being run with great prizes to be won. We’ll have kayak demonstrations and he opportunity to have a go at kayaking on the water, the Pirate Show will be back for the younger audiences, and the kids activity area will be set up with bouncy castles and face painting,' Peter said.
Mandurah hosts a good mix of boats and accessories. - MIAA
'We are also setting up a new boating demonstration area, where people can come along to watch regular boating demos and learn the basics of how to drive a boat. The Department of Transport will be there to give presentations and information on boat safety and skipper’s tickets,' he said.
The Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show is now in its 12th year and is held at the Mandurah Offshore fishing and Sailing Club at the award winning Mandurah Ocean Marina.
The Show is the third biggest boat show in Australia, with more than 200 exhibitors annually displaying more than 650 boats; and attracting 20,000 boating enthusiasts over the three days.
The prospectus is available now for those interested in exhibiting, and can be downloaded from the website www.mandurahboatshow.com.au Further information can be obtained by calling (08) 9386 9666 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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