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Countdown to the boat show

12th February 2009

Just one week to go until the 25th Allianz Dublin Boat Show kicks off in the RDS Simmonscourt for five days jam packed with all the latest the marine leisure industry has to offer. The show is set to take Dublin by storm from the 18th-22nd February, promising an all-encompassing, diverse and exciting show! This year sees the return of all the firm favourites, along with fresh new content, guaranteed to make waves at the RDS Simmonscourt.

Not to be missed at the Allianz Dublin Boat Show 2009:

Get Started, Go Boating area- Immerse yourself in all things nautical in our Get Started zone, whether brand new to boating or are a returning sailing enthusiast, the Go Boating area is sure to make a splash!

Volvo Ocean Yacht Race-we will have a live link with the Green Dragon Boat on their fifth leg, from Quingdao to Rio de Janeiro as well as footage being shown from the previous four legs of the race!

RC Laser Class, racing class affiliated to the Irish Sailing Association, where visitors are invited to test their model boat racing skills in our brand new low pool area.

The Sealife Aquarium Kidzone ‘touching pool’ will allow youngsters to interact with these tropical creatures in all their majesty and be mesmerised by their colour and movement!

Also not to be missed is the Dive Pool in association with the Underwater Council of Ireland along with the largest display of Dinghy Classes ever to be staged at the show, with plenty of other show content and top exhibitors, the 25th Allianz Dublin Boat Show is definately not to be missed! Team

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