Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show set to go ahead

Written by Kayla Dowling

The Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show (SCIBS) is set to take place between May 20 and 23 at the Sanctuary Cove Marina in Queensland, Australia.Sanctuary Cove MarinaThe event’s organisers anticipate a larger show than the 2019 edition, with more than 45,000 visitors expected to attend over the course of the four-day event. John Hasser, the general manager of SCIBS, comments, “2019 was a very successful event, and saw $336 million injected into the local economy. We anticipate this figure will be even higher this year as families swap the traditional summer European getaway for their own luxury watercraft.” In addition to an increased number of visitors, the 32nd edition of SCIBS will host larger superyachts than ever before, thanks to a $10 million expansion of the Sanctuary Cove Marina, which included accommodation for larger vessels.Sanctuary Gove Marina Superyachts such as the 27.46-metre Horizon FD87 Skyline, which Horizon Yachts plans to officially unveil at the event, a 26.84-metre Riva Domino 88 model and the 36.9-metre Heesen superyacht Lumir, will be available for viewing at SCIBS. The addition of vessels such as the aforementioned, mark the event’s transition into the superyacht market.Lumir yacht anchored at SydneyEvenFlow yacht cruising at SydneyHundreds of exhibitors and guest-tailored experiences, such as the addition of the Captains Lounge where visitors can engage with Captains of vessels larger than 28-metres, will compliment the variety of yachts and superyachts on display. On the stature of the event, John Hasser continued, “To have a significant congregation of the world’s leading brands together at SCIBS is a great vote of confidence from the industry and we know visitors will be impressed by the quality and diversity of boats on display across every category.”

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