Tickets Released for 32nd Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show
4 March 2021
Organisers announce brand new luxury VIP offerings, with limited tickets now available
Visitors can now secure tickets to the 2021 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show (SCIBS), held from May 20 to 23 at Sanctuary Cove on Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Showcasing an incredibly diverse range of products from high-end superyachts through to trailer boats and the latest gear and gadgets, the southern hemisphere’s premier marine event will feature industry-leading brands and thousands of products, both on water and throughout the vibrant Marine Village.
Attracting more than 45,000 visitors and 300+ exhibitors, SCIBS promises to be a thrill-a-minute experience in one spectacular waterfront location, with an exciting program of events including live music, delicious food, vibrant bars and street entertainers across the four days.
An exciting addition to the 2021 Show, The Lagoon Lounge offers visitors the ultimate VIP experience, with a focus on everything the luxurious lifestyle has to offer.
Overlooking the newly completed Superyacht Marina arm and iconic Lagoon Pool at the InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort, The Lagoon Lounge is an exclusive and elegant space boasting premium food and beverage offerings, ideal for those looking to soak up everything SCIBS has to offer in style.
The Lagoon Lounge also features private custom-designed corporate cabanas for up to 10 guests, along with a tailored menu celebrating fresh local cuisine, premium beverage packages and a personal food and beverage waiter, making it the place to be for first-class corporate entertainment.
SCIBS general manager Johan Hasser said while The Lagoon Lounge is the perfect addition to what is shaping up to be a high-end and luxurious exhibition, SCIBS continues to cater to a wide range of marine enthusiasts with diverse interests.
“SCIBS has proven to be the foremost event on the southern hemisphere’s boating and lifestyle calendar, so it is only fitting that we continue to ramp up our VIP offerings that cater to those looking for an exclusive and luxurious experience,” Mr Hasser said.
“We gather the best in marine innovation, but we are so much more than a boat show. Each year our team strives to create a memorable four days of live entertainment, gourmet food and drink offerings, and enticing activations the entire family can partake in, all of which play part in the quintessential marine lifestyle.”
Interactive demonstrations and a dedicated kids’ zone are just some of the carnival-type activities on offer, while the award-winning restaurants dotted throughout The Marine Village are guaranteed to tantalise a variety of taste buds.
One-day general admission tickets can now be purchased online at an early bird rate of $23 plus booking fees, while children under 16 years are admitted free.
RACQ members looking for an affordable family day out can also take advantage of the automotive club’s exclusive 50% off sale, which is available until midnight on Wednesday 31 March.
A limited number of VIP passes providing exclusive access to The Lagoon Lounge are now also available to purchase online, starting from $199 per day plus booking fees.
Purchase any ticket to SCIBS online for a chance to win a trip to the magnificent InterContinental Hayman Island Resort for you and a guest, regarded as the heart of the Great Barrier Reef.
Free Park ‘n’ Ride services will be operating from Warner Bros. Movie World using a fleet of air-conditioned coaches, while organisers have also added more space for onsite car parking, available to pre-purchase online with your tickets.
Whether it’s luxury or affordable boating you’re after, SCIBS 2021 is sure to have it all, providing the perfect place to start your boating adventure.
Tickets are now available to purchase at www.sanctuarycoveboatshow.com.au.
Running from 20 to 23 May 2021, the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show attracts more than 47,000 visitors and 330 exhibitors to a spectacular showcase featuring hundreds of boats and thousands of marine products across four days.
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