Maritime Marketplace

July 17, 2017

Thanks, That’s Very Kind of You

AWBF Chairman Steve Knight and Volunteers Manager Liz Lord accept award from Lord Mayor Sue Hickey – It’s the season for the Tasmanian Tourism Awards and […]
July 17, 2017

AWBF 2017 Highlights Video is Out

The 2017 Video Is Out Our veteran film maker, Joe Shemesh of Stormfront Film, has emerged from the editing room with the latest highlights video – […]
February 23, 2017
Maritime Marketplace review
The popular Maritime Marketplace at the MyState Australian Wooden Boat Festival continues to grow and develop. Many thousands of visitors include Princes Wharf Shed (PW1) on […]
January 17, 2017

Smartphone App for AWBF 2017

Introducing our smartphone app for AWBF 2017. Why a smartphone app? AWBF has always tried to make it easy for our subscribers to receive and share […]
September 23, 2016

Maritime Marketplace at AWBF 2017

A record number of marine companies will be displaying in the Maritime Marketplace at AWBF 2017. Princes Wharf Shed will be full to capacity with 85 […]
September 23, 2016

Using Your Windlass the Right Way

Using Your Windlass the Right Way   After 28 years with Tasmania’s Muir Engineering, Craig McNaughton knows a windlass when he sees one. Here, he gives us […]
August 14, 2016

AWBF Event Stats and Deadlines

Festival Stats and Deadlines It’s the largest wooden boat festival in the Southern Hemisphere and it takes two years to organise, but it continues an upward […]
July 14, 2016
Maritime Marketplace AWBF 2017

Maritime Marketplace – update

The Maritime Marketplace for AWBF 2017 is filling up fast with applications for display spaces already received from over 60 exhibitors, many seeking more than one […]