The leading International boat show in Africa returns for its annual event at the V & A Waterfront, showcasing an array of luxury boats from 19 – 21 October 2018.

The Cape Town International boat show is renowned for its display of the worlds finest yachts, catamarans and exotic boats with this years event bringing 70 prestigious vessels to the V&A Waterfront harbour.

Hosting family fun and water sports activities alongside premier boat industry suppliers offering various products and services – it is an event for everyone. The Great Optimist Race, SUP races, fly boarding demonstrations, motorised surf board showcases and more will be available this year.

Marking its 18th return, the show will bring together manufacturers and buyers of luxury boats at a exhibition held at the Avenue, located near the Two Oceans Aquarium. Attendees are invited to share and explore the boating industry with other like-minded sailing enthusiasts and specialists.

The Knysna Yacht Company will be showcasing there latest Knysna 500SE, a premier yacht.

 

Tickets 

Tickets for the event can be purchased at Itickets.

General admission is for the boat show only and tickets are priced per day –

R120 per adult.

R50 per pensioner, student or children aged 9 -18 years old.

R280 per family pass (two adults and two children aged 9 -18)

Combo tickets allow for admission to the boat show, the Two Oceans Aquarium and the Avenue venue –

Combo tickets will allow patrons to visit the Two Oceans Aquarium as well.

R210 per adult.

R125 per pensioner, student or children aged 4 -17 years old.

R90 per child between the ages of 4 -13 years old

Children under the age of 4 enter free of charge.

 

Event details 

Date: 19 – 21 October 2018

Venue:  V&A Waterfront and Two Oceans Aquarium Avenue.

Time: 9am – 6pm

 

The Cape Town International boat show is currently running a promo that offers R30 off admission tickets.

Picture: Twitter

 

Article written by

Ishani Chetty

Ishani is a vegetarian who is passionate about social issues, the environment and current affairs.