Superior Jetties on display at SCIBS 2016

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Superior Jetties on display at SCIBS 2016
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Superior Jetties has been supporting the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show from the beginning, and this year Superior Group CEO John Hogan says they’re going all-in for a successful event.

"Our brands align, we have access to the international customer base, plus we are able to interface with all stakeholders at one place and time," he said.

You’ll find the components for Superior’s jetski docks, pontoons and marina construction on show in the Superyacht & Marine Pavilion, including the Ultimate Modular Dock (UMD) system. UMD uses polyethylene that’s durable, non-slip, UV-resistant and doesn’t deteriorate in a marine environment, and Superior staff will be on hand to discuss your project needs.

If you’re after furniture for your waterside area – pool, deck or marina – check out Superior’s lounge area as its Waterscape furniture is made using UV-resistant rotomoulded polyethylene – light, robust and built to survive the elements.

As well as its own products, Superior has NautiBuoy Marine’s inflatable platform on show. This multi-purpose temporary pontoon system can be a sunbed and is stable enough to use as a work platform to clean your hull.

Superior has also teamed up with charter firm Northrop & Johnson Australia to create a Waterscape pontoon for VIP events adjacent to the impressive 36m Sahana and 33m Corroboree, and the distinctive red-hulled Cresta 70 motor yacht.

N&J Australia director Cameron Bray said: "We want to create an impactful display that stands out and demonstrates how like-minded brands can collaborate to raise the bar for a client experience. Waterscape is a unique, innovative concept, challenging design and focusing on benefits for the end user. We feel this aligns perfectly with the N&J launch into Australia."

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