The Boating Industry Association of Victoria’s ever popular annual indoor Boat Show is being staged for the 44th time from Thursday 1st to Monday 5th of July 2004.
BIA Melbourne Boat Show
A lucky visitor to this year’s five day BIA Melbourne Boat Show in July will take to the high seas next season behind the wheel of a magnificent new Savage SL 620 Swordfish powered by a Mercury 150hp outboard.
The Boating Industry Association of Victoria’s Marketing Manager, Julie Walsh says, 'Visitors to the Show who fill in a Herald Sun prize boat entry coupon can win a $52,000 Savage SL 620 Swordfish.
'The Show’s Ambassador, marathon swimmer Tammy van Wisse will draw the winning coupon on the final night.'
This Year’s Melbourne Boat Show promises
- Hundreds of sleek cruisers, fishing boats, runabouts, ski craft, trailable yachts, PWC s and inflatables worth tens of millions of dollars
- Debut of the new 2005 boat designs and the world’s first supercharged fourstroke engine
- Latest and newest safety products and exciting accessories will be demonstrated
- Safe Boating Precinct including demonstrations, displays and more
- Meet long distance swimmer Tammy van Wisse who is the Show’s Ambassador
- Sailing Discovery Centre featuring junior classes and interesting information about sailing
- For children there will be a host of fun school holiday activities including the sensational 'Indoor Sailing' Pool operated by Sailability Victoria’s volunteers
- Displays of dinghies, catamarans and trailable yachts in the concourse
The Boating Industry Association of Victoria’s ever popular annual indoor Boat Show is the largest indoor event of its kind in the southern hemisphere. Held at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, an area three times the size of the Melbourne Cricket Ground, it is being staged for the 44th time from Thursday 1st to Monday 5th of July 2004. It is organised by the Boating Industry Association of Victoria to stimulate interest in the boating lifestyle, new products, safety at sea and to highlight Victoria as a boating tourism destination.