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CCY Going International 11:31am, Tue 23 Jun 2015

CCY are taking off to New Zealand for the 2015 Auckland On Water Boat Show. from the 24th September  2015 to 27 September 2015 - its the perfect lead-in to summer boating activities for boating enthusiasts of all persuasions. You can find us in Pavillion 3, stand 302 Charlie and Marg will be there to answer all your questions regarding Bareboating in the Whitsundays.

Whatever your on-water passion fishing, big yachts, small yachts, powerboats, launches, water-skiing, jet skis or paddleboarding get along to Septembers Auckland On Water Boat Show, your boat show.
Check out a wide variety of boats on and off the water as Aucklands Viaduct Harbour becomes a giant floating boat showroom and the surrounding wharf is packed with all shapes and sizes of powerboats, yachts and personal watercraft.

Speak with experts from over 200 exhibiting organisations in the Viaduct Events Centre and three surrounding pavilions with a vast array of marine products and services everything from great fishing equipment, outboards and inboards, kayaks, paddle-boards, solar technology, electronics, navigation, safety devices, specialist marine services and much more. Ask all your questions and share your passion for all things on-water.

The free seminar series offers further opportunities to talk to the experts and get the best advice. Whether you're thinking about venturing into a new on-water activity or are an experienced boatie seeking the latest developments in engines, electronics, navigation and safety equipment, the Auckland On Water Boat Show offers you the perfect opportunity to find out more about that product or service you need to be ready for your on-water fun.

What to bring - Attendees are encouraged to bring comfortable footwear, sunhats and sunscreen and to leave pets at home. Backpacks are recommended for young children, as space is very limited on the marina for pushchairs and may be prohibitive during busy periods.

Don't forget to ask Charlie to tell you "the story about the passports!"
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