28th September – 1st October 2017 – Viaduct Harbour
The September date for New Zealand’s largest on water boat show is timed to fit in when many people are getting ready for another great summer of boating and water activities. Whether you’re into powerboats, sailing, kayaks or jetskis, or whether you’re refitting your existing vessel or looking for a new one, you’ll find plenty of expert advice, and relevant marine products and services at the show.
“It’s your boat show,” says show Ambassador, Peter Montgomery. “Enjoy it, bring the kids or come along with your mates and savour the chance to spend a day talking boats, fishing and all kinds of water activities!”
Whether you are looking to buy a boat or get one built, get your boat back on the water, buy some new accessories or research professional services, the Auckland On Water Boat Show has your needs covered.
The Auckland On Water Boat Show is much more than just a show. Attend seminars and workshops, visit the interactive displays, get involved in the bustle of the competitions – or just enjoy a nice lunch.
Getting to the show
Located in the heart of Auckland Viaduct, only a few minutes walk from the CBD, the Auckland On Water Boat Show is very accessible by both public transport, and by car with lots of parking nearby.
Learn from the best in the game at our seminars
Carl Muir – will be talking about catching kingfish, a fish he loves to chase himself using the latest tackle and techniques. He has made his name as a kingfish charter skipper, taking hundreds of people out every year to target good sized kingfish.
Paul Senior is a partner in Ocean Angler tackle as well as a charter skipper, and has done much to develop the popularity of slow jigging in New Zealand, with his famous “Jitterbug” inchiku jig.
Joe Dennehy, is the best-selling author of the NZ softbait fishing guide, and the Secret Hauraki Gulf fishing calendar, Writer for Fishing Magazines and the Waikato times. He will share his secrets of Micro Jigs.
Steve Tapp writes for many fishing magazines and has spent a lot of time targeting big snapper from a Kayak using bait and softbaits. Kayak fishing has some big advantages over boat fishing and Steve will help you get the most from your kayak fishing this season.
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