27th – 30th September 2018 – Viaduct Harbour, Auckland
Set in the heart of the City of Sails, New Zealand’s biggest on-water boat show will showcase more than 200 domestic and international marine businesses, including dozens of vessel manufacturers and boat brokers.
Perfectly timed to lead into the summer boating season, Auckland On Water Boat Show is the only boating expo in New Zealand where visitors can experience such a wide range of vessels on and off the water.
New Zealand’s leading boat distributors, importers and brokers will be supported by top marine electronics, marine engine and ancillary equipment suppliers, chandlers and marine service providers, including Australian businesses.
If you are looking to buy a vessel of any sort, or contemplating a new-build, refit or re-power, you’ll find what you need at the show.
“From marine diesels to ancillary equipment; marine electronics, to safety equipment, lighting and electrical systems, the Auckland On Water Boat Show has it covered.”
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.
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