Big, bold, and waiting for you to come aboard, the Viaduct will be packed with launches for you to hop aboard and explore during the show.
Riviera’s red carpet, Auckland on-water display will showcase an impressive line-up of brand new models from Riviera and Belize from 50 to 63 feet with a retail value of $10,500,000 million NZD, including the new 515 & 565 SUV’s, which will be making their premiere at the show.
Busfield Marine will be turning heads with its display of Bavaria yachts. Both new to New Zealand. Bavaria’s Vision 46 and Cruiser 41 are Farr Yacht-designed to cater to cruising sailors who enjoy spending as much time as they can onboard. At 13.99-metres, and with two-to-three bedrooms based on your preferences, the Vision 46 is designed to incorporate every luxury while remaining easy to sail. Bavaria’s Cruiser 41 is easy-to-handle yacht with twin helms, a single rudder, and a clean, unfettered feel thanks to intelligent arrangement of the hatches and genoa tracks.
Team Windcraft will have an exceptional range of boats at the show, including the Hanse 575, Dehler 38, and Dehler 41, all seen for the first time in New Zealand. The Westhaven-based company is looking forward to showing visitors through their Dehler 38’s and 41, which are having fantastic success in club racing. Team Windcraft are also looking forward to their Windcraft owner’s party at the show – always lots of fun.
Custom-designed to suit her owners’ needs, Scott Lane Boatbuilders’ 13-metre Elite sedan, Odysseia, is sure to have show visitors lining up to get onboard. Hand-crafted by Lane’s team in their Clevedon workshop, every detail was overseen by the eventual owner; Lane himself. An entry-level launch designed with familial comfort and visibility in mind, Odysseia is majestic yet simple, with spacious berths and a seamless indoor-outdoor flow.
Orakei Yacht Sales will showcase Jeanneau’s new NC9 at the show. Follow up to popular NC11; NC9 will be presented by Orakei Yacht Sales to showgoers. With Jeanneau’s NC11 a noted success for its open-plan living, panoramic layout and light, open feel, it made sense for the respected yard to create a smaller version of the design which incorporated all of its best features. With a draft of just 1.15-metres, we’re sure this exciting new model will be popping up in New Zealand’s waters. The NC9 will be on display at the Auckland On Water Boat Show for visitors to explore, alongside the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349, also new to Orakei Marine.
Pachoud Motor Yacht’s Voodoo, will be on display at the show and her sleek lines and muscular profile are set to prove a drawcard for visitors. The 18-metre luxury sports cruiser has speed, and lots of it, with a cruising speed of 30 knots and a top speed of 40. Combined with excellent fuel efficiency, the 25 tonne cruiser allows its owners to go further, faster, and for less.