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Gulf Coast Yacht and Boat Show is being arranged at the Jones Park in Gulfport, this weekend. Well, the daily schedule for the Gulf Coast Yacht and Boat Show goes like this – Today: 10 am to 7 pm, Saturday: 10 am to 7 pm and Sunday: 10 am to 5 pm.
The boat and yacht show is considered the biggest boat show in Gulf South Region as well as 1 of the top in the country. Tickets, priced at $10, are now available online. While it is $12 at the gate, and children under twelve years of age can enter the place free.
More than fifty brokers and dealers, 25 boat builders, makers and more than seventy five individual vendors as well as suppliers would be exhibited. Fishing tackle, generators, electronics, water toys, docks and lifts, towing equipment would be among the things on display by the vendors.
The officials of the tournament told that they are not really bothered by the forecast of heavy rain expected across the Coast, looking for a strong crowd. Gulfcoast Yacht and Boat Show, arranged by the Island View Casino and Resorts, started many years ago in Orange Beach and it finally wound up in Gulfport. Read more »
It has been quite a clean beginning in Moreton Bay for the Brisbane to Gladstone yacht race this year, with thirty yachts taking part in the event. The sixty-seventh annual event began in Moreton Bay off Shorncliffe at 11:00 am (AEST).
People on the boat were a bit philosophical regarding the weather, telling the trick might be to get as far north as fast as possible. The organizers expect that the very first yachts would come into the Gladstone Harbor earlier on Saturday afternoon, with the little boats straggling in on Monday. Read more »
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The Wynward Yacht Club of Australia was awarded for its brilliant achievements at the Tasmanian Yachting Awards, 2014 in Hobart. This club had been declared joint winners along with the Sandy Bay Yacht Club.
This award came just after a month after the Coastal club had been declared the Australian Yacht Club of the Year by Yachting Australia and also a week after it had been declared as one of the winners in the Medibank Active Tasmania Awards. Neal Rodwell, who is a commodore at the Wynward Yacht Club is elated at the club’s achievement and says that they definitely did not work to win awards but their aim was to involve people and solve certain concerns. He even said that it felt good to be awarded for the work they did. Read more »