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Explore Australia Expo to showcase a range of new release boats

by Explore Australia Expo on 19 Jun 2014
New to the Australian market the G3 boat range has something for everyone. Explore Australia Expo
This weekend’s inaugural Explore Australia Expo at Melbourne Showgrounds will showcase an extensive range of new release fishing, tournament and sporting boats.

Built by Yamaha the popular G3 Boats have just launched into the Australian market and will boast a full range of pontoon, fishing, jon, deep v and hunting boats for consumers to view this weekend.

Nautek Marine will showcase their range of services with a show-stopping restoration of a 1973 Haines Hunter V19R.

The restoration took three months and is joint project with Trader Boat Magazine. Decked out with the latest Raymarine electronics, an under-floor fuel tank and wet storage this project boat will be offered as a consumer promotion later this year.

The Evolution 652 Enclosed has been designed for long offshore trips with the feel and comfort of a larger game boat, but still being trailerable.

In keeping with all the Evolution traditional features it gives you everything you need, large fishing platform, roomy cockpit, stylish cabin, plenty of storage and a stable platform.

With a seemingly endless list of standard features it ticks all the boxes for tournament game fishing.

Explore Australia Expo Coordinator Paul Morgan said the diverse line-up of boats would be a standout feature of the inaugural event.

'We are thrilled with the diverse range of watercraft that will be on display this weekend,' Morgan said.

'From fishing, tournament and sporting boats to PWC's, kayaks and canoes this event has it all.


'To have so many new release products is incredible and is a huge coup for consumers,' Morgan added.

MY Marine will display the all-new 6.1m Surtees Game fishing boat as seen on popular lifestyle program River to Reef while Centurion Boats will display their latest wakeboard offering.

Opening to the public at 10.00am tomorrow (Friday 20th June) the Explore Australia Expo will feature over 200 exhibitors displaying the latest products, services and destinations for 4WD, touring, fishing and adventure.

Tickets available online or at the gate.

Adults $17
Senior-Concession $13
Kids Under 15 Free?
Adult 2 Day Pass $24?

For more information and to purchase tickets online, visit the Explore Australia Expo website or follow the event on Facebook.

Guy Nowell - Blue 660Pantaenius - Fixed ValueHarken and Fosters

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