Nautilus Marine Insurance Fishing Clinic for Sydney Boat Show

the ever popular fishing stage complete with live tank - Sydney International Boat Show 2010
The Nautilus Marine Insurance Fishing Clinic will again be a main attraction at the Sydney International Boat Show 2011, occupying its regular spot in Hall 4 – Stand 400.

You can understand why the 2011 fishing clinic is sure to draw a huge crowd, with almost half of all visitors to the show nominating fishing as a primary interest. Presentations run nonstop during the show with the return of some of our favourite fishing expert speakers, including Bruce Schumacher, Peter Pakula, Ian Miller, Tim Simpson, Phil Atkinson, Brett Thompson, Dee McElligott and Heath Folpp.

Joining the team this year will be Steve Starling, Jo Moyle-Reiter, Al McGlashin, Charlotte (Charlie) Jenkins and Trevor Daly kept together by our MC Mike Bailey, topics cover a huge array of fishing styles and skill levels.

Keep an eye out for the Yamaha Supertank and Brett’s performing fish. It will be operating to assist with demonstrations for everyone from the novice through to the most experienced.

The clinic is supported by Nautilus Marine Insurance and the Recreational Fishing Trust and is just one of the myriad of attractions on show at the 44th Sydney International Boat Show.

There will also be Free 'Discover Boating Harbour Tours', giving visitors the opportunity to see and learn more about our beautiful Harbour and get inspired to become more involved in the recreational boating lifestyle.

The guided tour will inform visitors about the history of Sydney and its Harbour, will point out prominent landmarks and also include a bit of information on boating safety and tips.

More importantly it will give ideas on how they can get out and enjoy our waterways more. The tours leave on the hour on week days and every half hour on weekends from the Cockle Bay foreshore, just across from Jordans. The 50 minute Harbour tour onboard a Matilda Rocket, is included with each Boat Show ticket purchase.

More at www.sydneyboatshow.com.au