Denarau Boat Show is every boaties dream. Four days of entertainment, this Fiji event will go down in the books.
Denarau Boat Show is three days of excitement for anyone who wants to check out the boat scene.
For the time of your life on the water, head down to the Denarau Boat Show.
A total of 28 Partners have signed up for the event as well as 15 sponsors.
The program for Day One is as follows:
- 10am | Boat Show opens
- Scheduled appointments with VIP buyers
- Hosted Buyers and VIP Morning Tea
- 1pm | Official Opening and Media Conference
- 1.30pm | Expo open to public
- Family Entertainment Program all day
- 5pm | Exhibitor and VIP Cocktail Party
Port Denarau Marina, Denarau Island, Fiji Islands
THE inaugural 2012 Denarau Boat Show in Nadi is the first of its kind in the country and had the potential to become the premier event of its kind in the region.
These were words of Minister for Works, Transport and Public Utilities Colonel Timoci Natuva at the launch of the event on Friday at Port Denarau. It ends today.
“If you make your living on the water or provide services for those who do, this is your show. I thank the organisers for hosting such an encouraging event and it is my wish that this will one day become one of the biggest boat shows in the region,” he said.
“This boat show will be an avenue where all stakeholders — private and government – can collaborate and incorporate ideas, opinions, advice and enhance areas within their various specialities. Most important though, is to work towards a common goal in achieving best quality products and excellent service to our customers,” he added.
Robert Clark from Destination Denarau said the three-day event showed what Fiji had to offer in terms of marine and boating activity.
“This exciting event will showcase the best that Fiji’s dynamic marine and boating industry provides in a thriving aquatic market,” he said.
One of the major sponsors of the inaugural boat show, Adam Wade from the Tradewinds Marine Group, said the boat show was an event long overdue.
“With over 330 islands in Fiji and the main transportation between islands being the ocean, it is a well overdue opportunity for the marine industry members to get together and show Fiji what we can do in one convenient location,” he said.