Auckland on the water Boat Show Highlight

Auckland on the water Boat Show Highlight

From September 28 to October 1 this year, New Zealand’s biggest on-water boat show will showcase more than 200 domestic and international marine businesses at Auckland’s ANZ Viaduct Events Centre.

Perfectly timed to lead into summer boating and fishing, the Auckland On Water Boat Show is the only boating expo in New Zealand where visitors can experience such a wide range of vessels, both on and off the water, plus marine equipment and services, marine electronics, fishing tackle, travel services and much more.

In addition to an extensive range of New Zealand-built and imported yachts, motor launches and amphibious vessels, all of New Zealand’s leading trailer boat manufacturers – plus several from offshore – will be represented.

Trailer boats can be found on hardstand areas and in pavilions around the Viaduct, as well as in the water.

Other recreational craft at the show include dinghies, tenders, PWCs, paddle-boards, inflatables and kayaks, along with associated accessories, equipment and services. On-water demonstrations, including test drives, are a feature of this show, so be sure to check them out.

Need power? Scope out marine engines from Cummins Hyundai, FPT Iveco, Volvo-Penta and John Deere, plus outboard motors and smaller petrol and diesel engines suitable for recreational or work applications. Honda Marine is new to the Auckland On Water Boat Show, offering free rigging deals for selected outboards sold by approved dealers leading up to and during the show.

Ancillary marine equipment from the country’s leading suppliers include generators, inverters, pumps, hoses, battery chargers, bow and stern thrusters, interior and exterior lighting and electrical systems of every kind.

Safety equipment hasn’t been forgotten either. Compare lifejackets and PFDs, personal locator beacons, life rafts, emergency location beacons, VHF radios, flare kits and more.

For a full list of exhibitors, visit www.auckland-boatshow.com.


12 September 2017

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