NEWS - New Aegean heads Maritimo display at Mandurah Boat Show

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WA dealer says Maritimo is ideal for WA waters

NEWS - New Aegean heads Maritimo display at Mandurah Boat Show
NEWS - New Aegean heads Maritimo display at Mandurah Boat Show

A sparkling new A50 Aegean Enclosed Flybridge will be the centrepiece of a $5 million Maritimo display at the Mandurah Boat Show, WA, starting on October 9.

The Aussie luxury boatbuilder said West Australian boating enthusiasts will be among the first to inspect this sporty, new three-cabin cruiser and it was officially launched only at the end of July this year.

The on-water display will also include Maritimo M48 and M52 Motoryachts and a 550 Offshore Convertible sportsfisher.

Chris Box, principal of Maritimo’s West Australian dealer Martin Box Marine, said: "This is our first year as WA's exclusive Maritimo dealer and we are looking forward to building the already popular brand in WA.

"Maritimo, with its proven bluewater capabilities and long-range cruising reputation, is an ideal brand for the waters off Western Australia," he said.

Box said the display would be one of the largest for luxury cruisers at the Show.

Maritimo marketing director Luke Durman said: "The Martin Box Marine team are a highly professional outfit that is offering great service to our new and existing customers. The team has our full support at Mandurah. Representatives from our head office will be on hand throughout the show to assist Chris and his sales team."

Durman said more than 40 Maritimo boats already cruise the waters of WA, enjoying the support provided by the Martin Box team.

Maritimo said Martin Box Marine is one of the largest dealers and brokerage businesses in the West, having been in the marine industry for more than 30 years.

Martin Box Marine is open seven days a week, phone (08) 9336 1466 or visit www.martinboxmarine.com.au

Photo: The new Maritimo A50 Aegean Enclosed Flybridge will be a head-turner at the Mandurah Boat Show.



 


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