Anyone can be their own captain with the official launch of GOBOAT at Isle of Capri, on May 5.

Australia’s favourite electric picnic boating experience has chosen this Gold Coast locale as its sixth location in Australia, with experiences starting from $129 per private boat and can seat eight people at a time. Every one of these Australian-made picnic boats utilises recycled materials in its construction, and is powered by a state-of-the-art zero-emissions electric motor. With a speed-limited electric motor, simple tiller steering, provided safety equipment, and a picnic table with cup holders, these boats are the perfect private picnic experience.

It is an exciting opportunity to expand in South East Queensland by offering a sustainable boating experience, perfect for relaxed cruising with friends, families, and fur-babies without the expense and responsibility of owning your own boat.

GOBOAT has been recognised as a leader in the field of eco-tourism and leisure, being featured on national television programs such as Getaway and Travel Guides, as well as being showcased in Tourism Australia commercials highlighting Australia’s enviable tourism offerings to the world. Accredited as a Sustainable Tourism Operator by the Australian Tourism Industry Council, the state-of-the-art Scandinavian designed vessels use recycled materials in their construction and offer a European electric picnic boat that gives patrons a sense of freedom and calm.

With 76 boats out on the water operating across Canberra, Brisbane, Geelong, Melbourne, Sydney, and now the Gold Coast, GOBOAT offers the opportunity to revitalise under-utilised waterways with a safe, family-friendly, visual opportunity. GoBoat also contributes to improving the local waterways by regularly patrolling and collecting rubbish from the area.

For more information, visit their website.

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