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More brands and new products conformed for Sydney International Boat Show

MORE unique and innovative exhibitors are confirmed for Australia’s premier recreational boating
lifestyle event, set to run from the 3 to 6 August 2023 at the International Convention Centre and
Cockle Bay in Darling Harbour.

So far more than 1000 boating and marine brands displayed by more than 250 exhibitors from
across the globe are expected to descend on the ICC and purpose-built marina. Exhibitors from
both government and industry will thrill visitors with a love of fishing, water skiing, wake boarding,
sailing, luxury cruising or just paddling around Australia’s splendid waterways. The 2023 Sydney
International Boat Show has something for every water-loving Aussie.

Yamaha is introducing its latest outboard models, which sees the further expansion of industry-leading fully integrated boat control power systems. The new F150, F175, and F200 models now come with state-of-the-art integrated hydraulic and integrated electrohydraulic steering options. These and the all-new big horsepower XTO 450 and electric HARMO outboards will be on display.

The roster of boat show favourites continues with names like: Boating & RV, Chapman Marine
Group, Dockpro, eYachts, Fleming Yachts, GRE Marine, Mercury Marine, PowerDive, Pantaenius,
and TMG Yachts joining a spectacular and highly anticipated lineup of exhibitors at this year’s
With almost 5 million people enjoying our waterways each year in Australia, the show will also
feature plenty of education and entertainment, all included with the entry ticket.

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