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Wet weather doesn’t stop Sunrise

by Rosalie Taylor on 25 May 2012
Despite rainy weather, the boat show offers attractions and activities for all Rosalie Taylor
Seven's top rating morning show, Sunrise broadcast live from the Sanctuary Cove Boat Show today with a guest performance by Ricki-Lee Coulter, reaching a national audience of 900,000 viewers.

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Eager viewers huddled under umbrellas to get a look at the television personalities as they explored the event.

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With rain falling throughout the night, the venue is wetter than usual but that hasn’t stopped crowds flocking to the show.

The wet weather is predicted to clear by tomorrow, with a fine day in store to kick off the weekend.
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