Floating Grandstands are back for Superboats!
The Hervey Bay Boat Club Offshore Superboat Championships are back for 2015’s final round on 28th and 29th November.
The flotilla returns in 2015 to give spectators a luxury experience on one of the vessels that will drop anchor just meters from the course. This year, Freedom Whale Watch, Spirit of Hervey Bay and Amaroo Adventure Cruises are all positioned on course for the best viewing in the bay.
Chief Executive Officer for the Hervey Bay Boat Club, Ed Gibson, said he is anticipating an exciting day out on the water.
“We really look forward to this event each year. It brings so many spectators to the region and gives the Fraser Coast some really great coverage on national and international television.”
“We have Amaroo going out to be moored by the course where our guests will enjoy the races from just meters away, in what must be one of Australia’s most unique sporting experiences,” said Mr Gibson.
The 2015 Superboat deals:
If you’re after something a little more for the day, relax on Freedom Whale Watch’s catamaran and enjoy a seafood buffet lunch for just $100.
Spirit of Hervey Bay is offering morning tea and a buffet lunch on board their 5 level vessel. For $60, you won’t miss a thing with a bird’s eye view of the course.
For $65 join Hervey Bay Boat Club’s Amaroo and enjoy the 360 degree uninterrupted views – you won’t miss a thing from there. Included is morning tea and a light lunch with bar and canteen facilities for something extra.
For more information on the Hervey Bay Boat Club Offshore Superboat Championships, head to herveybaysuperboats.com.au.
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