Club Marine Perth International Boat Show

Barry 2018-09-13

The Club Marine Perth International Boat Show enjoyed a highly successful launch in 2017 and is the biggest boating event held in Western Australia. The 2018 show (21st - 24th September) looks like being even bigger. 

With its ideal inner city location, the Club Marine Perth International Boat Show is held at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre and also utilises the grounds and water area within Elizabeth Quay.

The 2018 Show, will feature indoor displays of trailer boats from all major brands, the latest marine electronics, safety equipment, travel information, aquatic recreation equipment and fishing tackle. Within Elizabeth Quay, the Show will feature big boat displays as well as free activations for visitors to take part in.

The show will offer even more to visitors this year, with extra display space indoors, and added attractions in Elizabeth Quay for families to enjoy. The focus of the Show this year is to present a full boating activation that people want to spend all day enjoying. With activities to try out, skills to learn, information and knowledge to gain, and of course field experts on hand to help out.

Elizabeth Quay is Perth's premier public space on the stunning Swan River. Being just a short walk from the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre and offering both land and water options for exhibits, displays and attractions, Elizabeth Quay is the ideal location for the Club Marine Perth International Boat Show activations.

The on-water boat displays will include boats from, Sunseeker, Maritimo, Multihull Central, Caribbean, Riviera, Fleming Yachts and Fairline.

The 2018 Club Marine Perth International Boat Show takes up all six pavilions within Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre with the latest trailer boats, engines, accessories and more! They will include the world release of the Brig Eagle 8 and the Australian release of the Yamaha XTO offshore 425hp 5.6litre V8 outboard,

New Zealand company Blackdog Cat are exhibiting in Perth for the first time and Sealegs Amphibious Craft will again be at the Show with their unique vessel.

Aside from new boats, the Show also has a strong engine presence, with extensive displays from engine manufacturers Mercury, Yamaha and Suzuki. Hobie Australia will repeat their corporate display they presented last year, with their full range of new kayaks, stand up paddle boards and other water recreation equipment.

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