What our annual rally event offers....
Take a look at our image gallery and a fabulous video from Nick on the fabulous YouTube Aquaholic channel to see our previous events. You'll get a great idea as to what we're about - fun, fun and more fun....
But we're not just about speeding around on the water, we chill out, have fun, explore the local area and even have on water treasure hunt and team quizzes...
See below for more info on what our event offers.
Our rally aims to offer everyone something they'll enjoy. We have a fantastic bunch of regulars with new friends joining us every year, we are very family friendly, have a great social scene and enjoy getting together and talking about our boats, chilling out and cruising in company, we even rent a pontoon so you have somewhere to berth. We create a schedule for the event, but are very relaxed about what you do. If you feel a trip is too far, you can choose to go off and do your own thing or just hang out on the pontoon with the comfort of knowing when we'll arrive back.
Owner community focused
Low cost participation
Cruise in company
Meeting other enthusiasts
Safety in numbers
Fun & games
We do try and make sure we cover all the bases, but equally encourage feedback and ideas on how to improve things. We consider this event as a cooperative and love people to get involved, so if you have a specific skill or expertise and you want to share this, please let us know.
A great range of boats....
Over the years now, we've had a great range of boats coming to our rally - but we want more.
Everyone likes to see a varied range, discuss pros and cons, bow riders v cuddy boats, RIB v GRP, cup holders v no cup holders (private joke) etc.. Obviously this is down to owners permission, but many owners have offered to take people out so you can feel what different speed boats are like on the water - you just have to ask them. So far we've had the following brands:
Fletcher, SeaRay, Maxum, Doral, Ring, XS Pro, Skipsplast, Bayliner, Regal, Rinker & Cranchi.
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