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Victorians looking for inspiration for their boating and fishing lifestyle can find ideas at the Melbourne Boat Show, from June 17 to 20, at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Over 100 exhibitors from around Australia and overseas will be there to display their products, including evergreen Victorian boatbuilder Caribbean, which will unveil its new 2700 Outboard, while Bar Crusher will display a dozen of its rugged fishing boats.

The international contingent is also well represented, with the Axopar 37 Cabin and Sealine C330 sure to impress, while Beneteau’s fleet will include the Aussie debut of its Gran Turismo 40 and Antares 30. Jeanneau will show its Merry Fisher 795 and NC9 and, as the only yacht display, the Sun Odyssey 349.

Watersports enthusiasts will have plenty to see, too, including MasterCraft’s X26 and NXT Global Edition wakeboats.

Showgoers can also expect a comprehensive range of boating accessories, marine technology, fishing gear, services and advice on fishing and boating destinations, with tips from industry professionals. Visitors can also get their boat/PWC licence while at the show and enjoy lots of live entertainment.

Club Marine Magazine
Club Marine’s new boat show displays include an interactive touchscreen display, Club Marine’s merchandise shop, and comfortable seating where boaters can chat with the Club Marine team about their marine insurance needs. Feel free to pop in when you see Club Marine’s exciting new stand at Melbourne Boat Show.

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