What are the 2021 show dates
7-10th October 2021
Where can I purchase tickets?
What exhibitors will be at the show?
Please have a look at the exhibitor directory for full listings. The show’s got a lot to discover so check out our show map (available online soon, and at the show) to help you navigate through it.
How can I get to the show?
Please see our getting here page for our tips on the best ways to travel to the show.
Is the event suitable for children?
Absolutely, and often our exhibitors will have something just for the kids on their stands, while children under 15 years enter the show free. Please note that at time access with pushchairs to the marina may be difficult with the tides and crowds.
Is the show pet friendly?
No sorry, no animals are permitted through the show.
What other activities, attractions or demos are there?
There are lots of competitions, new releases and other goodies – check out the explore page for full details.
Will there be ATMs on site?
ATMs are available just outside the show at the ASB building on the corner of Halsey Street.
Where are the toilets?
Toilets are located in and around the boat show and by the Visitor Information Centre in Karanga Plaza.
What if I become separated from a child, or lose property?
Make your way to the show office just inside the show entrance off Hamer Street, next to Pavilion 1, where the show team will assist you.
What if I am injured or become unwell?
We have an onsite St Johns first aid responder, as well as health and safety policies in place to deal with any situation.
What should I bring?
We suggest bring comfortable footwear, sunhats and sunscreen and to leave pets at home. Baby carriers are recommended for young children, as space is very limited on the marina for pushchairs and may be prohibitive during busy periods.
How long has the event been running?
We’re proud to say 2021 marks the 22nd annual running of the Auckland Boat Show (formerly the Auckland International Boat Show).
Can I smoke or vape?
No, unfortunately we don’t allow smoking or vaping anywhere in the show – indoors or outdoors – to ensure the safety and comfort of all our visitors.
Is the show accessible friendly?
Yes, however the marina has limited and narrow access in some places, and at low tide the marina ramps may be too steep for manual wheelchairs. Discretion is required.