• Jet & yachts

    Set Sail at the Sydney International Boat Show

    • Jul 24, 2017

    • By:Ingrid Cherry

    August 3rd – 7th brings the biggest boating show in the country, née the Southern Hemisphere, to Sydney, Australia. Big things are happening for the Sydney International Boat Show’s 50th anniversary celebrations. Festivities take place at Darling Harbor, but it will be the show’s premier at the freshly renovated ICC-Sydney.

    Darling Harbor and ICC Sydney.

    Attendees will find a plethora of activities to participate and things to see. The Boating Safety Zone is the go-to spot for recreational boaters looking to learn more. The Event Deck boasts live paddle board and kayak demonstrations, beautiful views and food spots, including ice cream for the kids! Various Brands, Vessels and Exhibitors will have booths at the show. Images from Australian Photography’s and Sydney International Boat Show’s nautical photography competition will be on display in addition to the Maritime Museum for visitors looking to take it a little slower. The Fishing Clinic and Boating Development Centere are perfect for those looking to hone their respective skills. For those with a need for speed and competition, the Kilpatrick Family – Sports Boat Zone shows off the racing family’s boats, awards and background.

    For the first time the 2017 show invites the Australia International Dive Expo for conjoined exhibitions. In addition to Sydney International Boat Show’s traditional events, guests can visit the middle level to learn more about diving and underwater photography.

    The perfect outing for seasoned boaters and first timers alike, the Sydney International Boat Show knows boats, but even more than that it understands the joy of being on the water and has created an event the celebrates and provides information on all facets of beach-side fun.

    For more information on the Sydney International Boat Show and to book tickets, visit the event’s website.

    Photos courtesy of Sydney International Boat Show’s Facebook page.