New yachts unveiled at Auckland On Water Boat Show

By: Media Release

The Viaduct Harbour will play host to the first Bavaria Vision 46 and Cruiser 41 seen in New Zealand, at the Auckland On Water Boat Show in September.

New yachts unveiled at Auckland On Water Boat Show
The Auckland On Water Boat Show will run from 25-28 September.

At 13.99-metres, the Vision 46 is designed to incorporate every luxury while remaining easy to sail. An optional push-button tacking system means the yacht’s able to be sailed single- or short-handed and drop down bow and stern thrusters coordinated with the main engine mean complete accuracy in tight quarters.

Bavaria’s Cruiser 41 displays a maximised water length, and a LOA of 12.35-metres, delivering total freedom and outstanding performance. The easy-to-handle yacht has twin helms, a single rudder, and a clean, unfettered feel.

Both yachts were designed by Farr Yacht to cater to cruising sailors who enjoy spending as much time as they can on-board, and will be on display at the Auckland On Water Boat Show for visitors to explore.

The 16th annual Auckland On Water Boat Show (formerly the Auckland International Boat Show) will run from 25 to 28 September in Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour and is New Zealand’s only on-water boat show.

Among the highlights will be Orakei Yacht Sales, which will showcase Jeanneau’s new NC9 at the show (the follow up to popular NC11, and Scott Lane Boat Builders will showcase its newly launched Odysseia, a custom-designed 13m boat, designed and built in New Zealand.

Meanwhile, the Auckland On Water Boat Show will cater for everyone from people looking to buy their first boat to serious boaties looking for an upgrade. Plus you can go in the draw to win a seven-day charter for two from The Moorings in Tonga, including airfares, just for turning up.

Tickets will go on sale from 1 August. An adult day pass costs $18, or you can get a four-day pass for $27. Gate sales will also be available – an adult day pass will cost $20 and a four-day pass will be $30. Children under 15 get free entry.

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