Sanctuary Cove tees off the Australian boat show circuit

To commemorate the countdown to the 27th SCIBS, pro-golfer, Terry Price teed off from the flybridge of the $5 million Horizon E88 superyacht - this year’s largest and most expensive vessel for sale at Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show (SCIBS) - to a ‘green’ constructed in the Sanctuary Cove Marina.

As one of the biggest events in the Southern Hemisphere, there are only three weeks remaining before the start of what will be a memorable event, packed with the latest boats, world product launches, innovative gear and gadgets, and an events program full of family-friendly entertainment.

Johan Hasser, boat show general manager, commented, “We are proud of how this year’s SCIBS is shaping up. Over the four days, more than 40,000 visitors are anticipated to experience SCIBS, making it an internationally significant boat show, and the start of the Australian circuit.

“For visitors new to SCIBS, and those who have been before, there are hundreds of new boats, power and sail, and marine companies who will be bringing their innovative, top-of-the-range products.”

The Channel Seven stage will feature cooking demonstrations from the MKR team, and sailing presentations from Go Bareboating, as well as fishing tips from Paul Burt. The SCIBS Kids’ Zone will have plenty on offer to keep the younger set happy, while mum and dad can enjoy the exhibitors in the Main Pavilion, throughout the Marine Village, in the Superyacht Pavilion and on the marina.

This is the 10th SCIBS for Horizon Motor Yachts Australia, whose Australian headquarters is located on the marina at Sanctuary Cove.

Horizon is running a promotion in the lead up to SCIBS, offering one lucky person a ‘money-can’t buy experience’ – a cruise on the beautiful V72 with their own personal chef from the InterContinental Hotel Resort.

For more information, visit Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.

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