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Win big with Club Marine’s Boatloads of Fun competition!

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CLUB Marine is giving away more than $250,000 worth of prizes in its Boatloads of Fun promotion.

All participants need to do to be in the running for Boatloads of Fun is have a Club Marine Pleasure Craft insurance policy and a Club Marine Magazine subscription in either Australia or New Zealand at the time of each of the six draws over the coming year.

The prize-giving begins with a cruise for two on iconic adventure cruise ship True North for a Coral Atoll cruise to the spectacular Rowley Shoals off the north-west coast of Western Australia.

There’s also a chance to win the first of six premium-quality Shimano fishing packs valued at $5000 each – including rods, reels and enough tackle and other gear to keep any family of fishos happy.

But wait – there’s more!

Throughout the year, Club Marine is also giving away a True North Southern Safari cruise to Kangaroo Island in South Australia, and a True North Kimberley Barra Bonanza cruise for the ultimate Australian coastal exploration experience to the remote and wild Kimberley region in Western Australia.

As if that wasn’t enough fun, there is also two great Falcon F360H tenders from BRIG to be won.

For the major prize Club Marine, in association with Northbank Fibreglass Boats and Isuzu Australia, will present one lucky Club Marine policyholder and magazine subscriber with a sensational car and boat package to make the most of the incredible Australian boating lifestyle.

Northbank has provided a feature-packed 600C family cruiser, powered by a 150hp Mercury FourStroke outboard and carried on a robust and dependable Mackay trailer – while towing the whole package is a 2017-model Isuzu D-MAX LS-T automatic ute.

To find out how you can be in the running for Boatloads of Fun visit the Club Marine website, or pop in for a chat at any of the major boat shows and other events that Club Marine will attend across Australia over the coming year.

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