The Queensland boating industry has combined to launch the Gold Coast Marine Expo, a not-for-profit boating experience billed as Australia’s first working boat show. The Expo will be held over the three days of November 4 to 6 at the Gold Coast Marine Precinct in Coomera and many of Queensland’s leading marine companies will showcase their craft, marine products and services alongside international brands at the inaugural event.
The Gold Coast Marine Expo has been dubbed Australia’s working boat show because not only will boating enthusiasts see finished product on display, they will also have the chance to view the construction processes through factory tours of some of the nation’s leading pleasure craft manufacturers.
Gold Coast Marine Expo spokesman, and Riviera Brand Director, Stephen Milne said it was encouraging to see the marine industry coming together as one for this event. “The Marine Expo will be an interactive and entertaining event where people can take a look behind the scenes and see first-hand the boat building process from design through the various stages to the finished product as well as boat repairs and refurbishing and practical demonstrations by the experts in their field.
“This truly is a unique event and we are pleased to have many of the industry’s major brands committed already to supporting the event, such as Quintrex, Clipper, MTU, Stacer, Riviera, The Gold Coast City Marina, International Paints, Savage, Hampton, Endurance and Alaska.”
For more information: gcmarineexpo.com.au or call Jodie Hall, Event Administrator, tel: 0447 758 884.
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