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Welcome to the 2024 Pittwater Sailing Yacht Show

by Andrew Hawkins 21 Mar 23:06 PDT 5-7 April 2024
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View all the new yachts from Jeanneau, Beneteau, Excess, Grand Soleil, X-Yachts, Bavaria, Hanse, Dehler, Moody, Elan, and Viko over three days, April 5th-7th.

This simultaneous event is a new initiative of the sailing industry in Sydney. Held over three days, Friday April 5th to Sunday April 7th, 10am-4pm, yachts will be available to step on board and even book in a test sail.

Yachts will be displayed at Gibson Marina, Bayview Anchorage, The Quays Marina, and the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club, all within a 1km radius on Syndey's Pittwater. Entry to all displays is FREE, and there will be a complimentary shuttle bus service running all day with parking available at Rowland Reserve.

From monohulls to catamarans, for those who like to cruise to those who like to race, from the ultimate in luxury to those who would like to buy a share, a full selection of the latest models will be available.

So beat the crowds, speak to the experts, book in a test sail, and get on the water with the latest from...

  • Jeanneau
  • Beneteau
  • Excess
  • Grand Soleil
  • X-Yachts
  • Bavaria
  • Hanse
  • Dehler
  • Moody
  • Elan
  • Viko

Details on the dedicated Facebook page here.

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