Brisbane Boat show is on again this year and it’s bound to be bigger and better than ever. That’s why Watson’s Marine will be there, displaying their new Vindicator Quality Aluminium Boats & Trailers. It’s on Friday 19th – Sunday 21st of August at the Brisbane Convention Centre.
The Latest Vortex Hull
They recently introduced the Vortex Design Hull to their 7.2 metre and 6.8 metre Vindicators. They are very keen to show you what their excitement is all about. Call into stand 401, where there will be one each of the new 6.8m & 7.2m Models. The feedback so far has been awesome, check out the latest testimonial to find out more.
Frank, Denise & Glenn Watson will be there to answer any questions you may have about their Vindicator Quality Aluminium Boats & Trailers. This is the perfect opportunity to see the Vindicator Products up close and have your questions answered face to face. Check out the Brisbane Boat Show website, so you know exactly where we are.
DON’T MISS – The Big 7.2m Red Rig & the 6.8m Silver Grey Rig both with different options.
How to Get to the Brisbane Boat Show
The Boat Show is on at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. There is paid parking available on site or you can get there using public transport. The South Brisbane Railway is adjacent to the Convention Centre, buses are also available, or in true Boat Show style, you can travel by catamaran, on a City Cat. The Convention Centre is only a short walk, around 10 minutes, from the city and there are also taxi ranks outside the Centre.
Boats for Sale and So Much More
Apart from oceans of boats for sale, there will also be lots of interesting boating information at the Boat Show. Check out this line up –
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
We’ve been hearing a lot about the Great Barrier Reef lately. Here’s a chance to find out from the experts what they are doing to protect our Reef from illegal activities and other threats to this World Heritage Area.
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
The Moreton Bay Marine Park is protected by the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service. This area covers a massive 3,400 square kilometres and includes tidal waters, river estuaries and the ocean out to the limit of Queensland Waters.
South East Queensland Water
These water experts provide safe drinking water to South East Queensland. They are also responsible for dams and lakes, where boat lovers enjoy fishing.
Brisbane Water Police
The Brisbane Water Police will be on hand to offer information on their operations in regard to water safety as well as crime and intelligence gathering.
Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol
With an estimated 640,000 recreational fishers and 1,700 commercial fishing operations in Queensland, these guys have their work cut out ensuring compliance to help sustain our fisheries.
Australian Volunteer Coast Guard
Everyone who owns a fishing boat is grateful to the Coast Guard who conduct rescue operations year round. They operate largely on fundraising and deserve our support.
So, come along to see all the latest in boats and marine supplies, and please drop in and see our new Vortex Hull Design.