This year exhibitors will gather on the Gold Coast on May 20-23 to showcase the latest Marine for the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show ‘s 32nd edition.
Among the prominent brands having already applied for prime positions on the water are Maritimo, Horizon, Princess Yachts, Integrity, Whitehaven, Eyachts, Azimut, Sunseeker, Hampton, Fairline, Palm Beach, Grand Banks, Fleming, Beneteau, Lagoon and Iliad.
Trailerable boats, watersports and inflatable craft will also have a strong presence throughout The Marine Village, with the likes of Quintrex, Yamaha, Jeanneau, JSW Powersports, Sea-Doo, Stacer, AB, Northside Marine, Sailfish Catamarans, Voyager Catamarans, Aurora, Mercury, Zodiac, Honda and Mastercraft already on board.
The latest gear and gadgets will also be on display in the Pavilions, with notable brands such as Garmin, Fusion, Navionics, Raymarine, Seabreeze, Dometic, JL Audio, C-Map, Lowrance, Simrad, B&G, VETUS-Maxwell, International Paint, Awlgrip and HELLA quick to secure space.
General Manager Johan Hasser said this industry confidence buoys Mulpha Sanctuary Cove’s ongoing commitment to the event.
“The strong exhibitor response is a testament to the success of our smaller-scale Sanctuary Cove Boating Festival in November, as well as the industry’s enthusiasm for the enhanced larger layout of this year’s show,” Mr Hasser said.
“We commend the industry for their unwavering resilience despite the many roadblocks they’ve faced over the past 12 months, and we are grateful that our exhibitors continue to support our efforts to provide a premium platform for marine brands to showcase their products in one spectacular location.
“We witnessed some incredible industry sales come out of the Sanctuary Cove Boating Festival, and we’re confident that exhibitors will continue to ride the wave at this year’s Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show. We’re looking forward to coming together as an industry and celebrating 32 years of championing the boating lifestyle.”
Many exhibitors are still to be announced. Many have some surprises & announcements for this year’s Show; Sanctuary Cove will also unveil new undercover berths in time for this year’s show, as part of the final stage of the precinct’s $12 million marina redevelopment.