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The company will be exhibiting the MY 44 by Fountaine Pajot Motor Yachts, which has been awarded a swag of accolades across the world including prestigious title of 2018 European Powerboat of the Year.

The new catamaran is the first of its kind in the southern hemisphere and has a capacity to accommodate 150 guests with flexible “high-end” day and dinner cruises from Denaurau to the Mamanuca Island.

NauticStar USA will participate at the Sydney Boat Show in August with its 2020 Model Year Lineup and show-only rebates.

Hundreds of boats from more than 40 exhibitors based in South Australia and across the country have booked the allocated floorspace at the Adelaide Convention Centre to capacity.

The expansion provides needed space for capacity increases, allowing the company to make complex blocks, driveshafts, and gearcases for Mercury’s outboards.

Eyachts can’t wait to show off the twin stepped hull, cutting bow and innovative interior including separate head and convertible double bed with an additional aft cabin.

A national beacon disposal service will reduce false alerts, ensuring search and rescue assets are ready to act promptly in an emergency.

TMGs interactive stand will be dedicated to Australians taking delivery of their Lagoon Catamaran in Europe, exploring some of the world’s best cruising grounds while making their way back to Australia.

Wake surfing is a water sport that uses technology called Surf Gate to create a surfable wave behind a boat in the chilly Yarra.

Multihull Solutions expects to have all contracts and orders form the boat show finalised by the end of the financial year with a value exceeding AUD$25 million.

These programs are an excellent asset that keeps the boat show circuit active for weeks, even months after the event.

The flags flying there on the three days of the 10th In-Water Boat Show included Azimut, Bavaria, Cranchi, Dehler, Ferretti, Jeanneau, Princess, Sunseeker, Hallberg-Rassy and HanseYachts.

The annual event, now in its 31st year, was a resounding success. Marine Business canvassed many exhibitors and industry figures during the show.

Flotespace is an online market place where boat owners can generate revenue from their boats.

With the show now one month away, visitors can expect world class presentations from boat dealers, fishing tackle suppliers and regulatory authorities covering all aspects of recreational boating in South Australia.