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Lifestyle : 2010 Sydney International Boatshow
1HERSA1 S019 Proudly sponsored by Proudly owned & organised by Promotional partners Boating Industry Association www.sydneyboatshow.com.au Owned and organised by the Boating Industry Association of NSW Ltd, the Sydney International Boat Show showcases the best products and services the recreational boating industry has to offer in this country. The Boating Industry Association thanks the many show participants who have assisted in making the show the largest and most respected marine event in the southern hemisphere. sydney international 2010 The Sydney Morning Herald July 24-25, 2010 19 SPECIAL REPORT NEW WAYS TO MAKE A SPLASH EQUIPMENT Thanks to high-tech gadgetry, there have never been more ways to have fun on --- and in --- the water. 1 2 3 4 5 6 T he Sydney International Boat Show isn't just about boats. There are heaps of great gadgets and lots of gear on display and on sale. We've assembled a collection of the most interesting items here. For details on prices visit the retailer at the show or check their website. 1. JET-POWERED SURFBOARD You don't need waves if you can generate your own power. This jet-powered surfboard is from Sydney Powerboat Centre. See sydneypowerboat.com.au. 2. LOUNGE CATAMARAN Imagine how jealous your friends will be if you buy this. The FunCat is an electrically powered chaise-lounge catamaran. It's easy to operate and can take two adults. See www.funcats.com. 3. THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA Made by Flir, this device will allow you to navigate your way down the harbour at night and ensure you don't hit hard-to-see objects. See furuno.com.au. 4. INFLATABLE STAND-UP PADDLEBOARD Paddleboards are all the rage on the beaches, allowing surfers to pick up even the smallest waves and show some serious style when it's bigger. This model is inflatable, saving space. See islandinflatables.com.au. 5. MARINE STEREO Fusion's MS-RA200 super-compact marine audio delivers powerful and clear sound. No CDs needed, simply connect a USB stick or powered hard-drive. See fusionelectronics.com. 6. PROPULSION AID Why paddle when you can be pulled along? Bladefish's propulsion aid will tow swimmers along at 5km/h for up to two hours. See bladefish.com.au.
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