New Look Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show Promises World Class Event

New Look Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show Promises World Class Event

October 9-11 2009, Mandurah Ocean Marina.

This years Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show has a whole new look with the inclusion of the newly completed three story Marine Operations Centre (Peel Region) building now complete and fully incorporated into the show. According to show director Peter Woods, this is the only Boat Show that will have all the main Government marine departments actually located within a show, including Department of Fisheries, Department of Water, Department of Transport (Marine Safety) and WA Water Police. The building will be an open house throughout the whole weekend and will provide a host of information and advice to boaties.  

The show is set to be a stunner with a selection of luxury vessels that have never been displayed in Australia, including a $8.7million Sunseeker 86 Yacht, Sunseeker 64 Pedator and Fountain Pajot Lipari 41. Western Australian firsts include Sunseeker 52 Predator and 52 Manhattan, Riviera 38 Flybridge, Horizon 65, Maritimo Aegean 50 Enclosed, and trailer-sailer Potter 19 (presented by Seagreen Marine). The Show will also see on display new models from Searay, the Boston Whaler 220 Outrage and a selection of new Boston Whaler Conquests, as well as Modern Boating’s 2009 Boat of the year –  the Mustang 430 Coupe.

Riviera will be demonstrating the following ‘must have’ boating accessories including their wireless remote Yacht Controller, ADC Dinghy Crane, HRO watermakers and Oceanview Night Vision cameras. Challenge Marine have also extended their display to include chandlery, kayaks, inflatables and electronics.

The Engel Aquatank Fishing Show also returns with non-stop fishing talks and presentations by some of Australia’s finest fishing presenters including Malcolm Douglas and David Hodge (Hodgy the Bare Foot Fisherman) where they will entertain audiences with their knowledge and skills.

Also part of the new look show, is the re-designed marina system which now exits directly outside the super marquee which houses a whole host of accessories displays. Another feature to this years shows is the wider open walkways. The beach area, which is unique to Mandurah will have even more kayak and canoe demonstrations for people to try out for themselves. The come try dive tank is also back, as well as fashion parades and lots of kids entertainment.

The Cooking Stage also gets a facelift with the inclusion of a giant daylight LED screen (as seen at the footy grounds) to make the cooking presentations a more visual experience.

Don’t miss out on the show with more, this October.

For all the latest information visit or check out the Yacht and Boat Boat Show page.

Friday 9th    10am-6pm
Saturday 10th    10am-6pm
Sunday 11th    10am-5pm

Mandurah Offshore Fishing & Sailing Club, Breakwater Parade, Mandurah Ocean Marina, Western Australia

Adult            $17
Child            $9
Family            $38
Pensioner/Student    $14
Kids under 5        FREE!

Free shuttle bus service operating from Mandurah High School direct to the show and “Park and Ride” from the Train Station to the show.