Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show 2021
Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show 2021 is set to take over the vibrant Marine Village at Sanctuary Cove from May 20-23, 2021, for four action-packed days.
Attracting more than 45,000 visitors and 300+ exhibitors, SCIBS promises to be a thrill-a-minute experience in one spectacular waterfront location, with an exciting program of events including live music, delicious food, vibrant bars and street entertainers.
The southern hemisphere’s premier lifestyle marine event will feature the world’s leading brands, both on water and throughout the vibrant Marine Village, with a host of exclusive product launches and demonstrations. Step on board 100ft superyachts and ocean passagemakers and explore sleek sailing boats, speedy sports models, and ultra-cool catamarans.
The popular ‘Sports, Leisure and Fishing Boat’ precinct is back, offering visitors over 20,000sqm dedicated to offshore sport fishing, quad rigs, centre consoles and walk-arounds in cabin cruisers.
Adventure-seekers can preview adrenaline-charged personal watercraft such as wake boats, RIBs, water toys, sport and ski accessories, in addition to hundreds of family, day, fishing and trailer boats on display.
Well-known television and fishing identity Paul Burt is returning as the Show’s official ambassador and will entice crowds to the Main Stage where he will be offering fishing tips and delicious seafood recipes.
Visitors can look forward to educational boating workshops, fishing masterclasses and cooking demonstrations, while the interactive Kids’ Zone will be a winner for children and parents alike.
Need to know – For the first time ever, SCIBS is covering all bases with a free Park ‘n’ Ride service from Warner Bros. Movie World AND Dreamworld to cater for travellers from north and south.
*Pre-purchase your tickets online and take advantage of the early bird special.
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Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show
May 20-23, 2021
*Online tickets from $23 + book fee
Under 16 yrs free entry