Living in Gauteng? Are you a watersports enthusiast? Do you spend your summer weekends scuba diving, fishing, windsurfing, boat riding or engaging yourself in any other activity in or around water? Then the Dive Expo and Watersports Show might just be what you’re looking for.
This event will take place at the Coca-Cola Dome in Johannesburg from the 16 to the 18th of August 2013. It’s the 11th annual edition of this event. Over the years this show has grown into South Africa’s number 1 watersports, dive & leisure show. The show is powered by multiple award-winning Event Organiser Biz Events.
The Dive Expo and Watersports Show will feature stalls for boats, body boards, canoes, fishing / angling, flowboards, jet skis, kayaks, kiteboards, kite surfing equipment, parasailing equipment, paddle surfing equipment, rafting equipment, rowing equipment, sailing equipment, scuba diving, skurfing, snorkelling, surfboards, underwater photography, wakeboarding, wakeskating, wakesurfing, waterskiing, white water rafting, windsurfing, yachting and much more.
Visitors can expect to see the most exciting new brands, get hot deals on the latest products, experience great new interactive demos, have a chance to meet the celebs and get advice and tips from leading experts – all under one roof. The event is perfect for professionals, weekend enthusiasts or families looking for an amazing day out for the whole family.
Visitors will also be able to take advantage of the free Tourism Malaysia Scuba Diving workshops featuring some of SA’s leading technical divers and presented in partnership with Divestyle Magazine. It’s the ideal opportunity to learn more about specialized equipment and marine life, discover the diving experiences available in Malaysia and hear what it was like breaking two world dive records and exploring the wreck of the Oceanos. The workshops will be staged on the Saturday and the Sunday. Seats are limited, so make sure that you book yours on the Dive Expo and Watersports Show website. The show is not just for scuba diving pros. Scuba diving is an adventure that the whole family can enjoy, so non-divers are invited to have their first exciting experience.
Entrance to the show won’t cost you an arm and a leg. Tickets to this amazing show cost R60 for adults and R40 for ID carrying students / senior citizens. Children under 10 years old can enter for free. You can buy your tickets for the Dive Expo and Watersports Show via iTickets. For more information visit their official website or check out the their Facebook page.
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