July 25, 2014

Boat Show - Sydney 2014 Preview

The 2014 Sydney International Boat Show opens next week with both the Sydney Exhibition Centre at Glebe Island and the Cockle Bay Marina at Darling Harbor filled to capacity. The show presents everything the water-loving Aussie could ever wish for. More than 60,000 visitors are expected at the show which, for the first time, is being held across two spectacular harbor venues, both available on the one ticket, with transport between the venues included for free. Opening Thursday 31 July, more than 150 boats will be on display at Darling Harbor, ranging from the more modest, to the most luxurious, making up part of the recreational marine industry valued at eight billion Australian dollars. A free continuous harbour ferry service will transport visitors from Darling Harbor across to the Sydney Exhibition Centre at Glebe Island where an additional 210 exhibitors will display Trailer Boats, the latest gadgets and leading products available to recreational boaters this year. The Exhibition Centre at Glebe Island can also be accessed via a free continuous shuttle bus service operating to and from Central Station. As usual Sydney boat will be host to some important novelties, with the most noteworthy being the Riviera 6000 Sport Yacht.


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