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The Sydney International Boat Show ended under sunny skies after 6 days of information and entertainment for boating enthusiasts and novices alike. The show in its 40th year turned out one of the greatest displays of recreational boating covering all market segments. Visitors to the show were treated to non-stop entertainment and one of the finest displays seen at a boat show in this country. The 28,000 square meters of undercover displays, complimented with the specially built marina (...)
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The 2007 Genoa International Boat Show organizers are preparing to welcome their guests on 6 October. This year show held from 6 through 14 October at Genoa Fairgrounds, Piazzale J.F. Kennedy 1 will be open every day from 10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. The entrance tickets will costs 13 Euros, discount admission 10 Euros. Children up to 5 years will receive free entrance. Groups of at least 30 people can buy reduced tickets at the counters. This year, visiting the Show will be even easier and (...)
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For the launch of Bordeaux 60, CNB and the Group’s various networks joined forces with internationally well-known talents –Philippe Briand as naval architect and Hugon Couëdel Design for ergonomics and interior design. The brief given to the design team emphasized the wish to create a 60’ with large yacht appeal, seaworthy and easy to sail with a limited crew. For a base price of 1,089,817 USD ex Tax, while meeting the CNB fundamentals: sturdy construction Cat A CE norm, exceptional (...)
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Tomorow the 40th Sydney International Boat Show will be held at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre & Cockle Bay Marina, Darling Harbour, Sydney Australia. The Boat Show will end on August 7. The public can visit the halls between 10:00 AM and 8:00 PM and the marina from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. You’ll find 6 jam-packed halls full of the best the marine industry has to offer as well as a specially built marina in Cockle Bay with more than 300 large boats. The diversity of marine (...)

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