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Sparkling Fairline launches at Boating Syndication SCIBS display
Sun, 19 May 2013
Boating Syndication Australia will launch a new model into its fleet at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show next week.
The innovative boat ownership business will unveil the first of its two new Fairline Targe 58 sports cruisers at the opening of the show.
Andy Young, Managing Director of BSA, said the Fairline 'is hugely unconventional in design. The forward cabin, for example, has the ambience of a hotel room on the water. The usable space in this cabin simply defies convention. It is this type of thinking that continues throughout the boat.'
Young said BSA was so excited about the acceptance of the new Fairline that it has decided to launch two boats; one on the Gold Coast and one in Sydney.
The boats are being offered with two share options: 10 percent or 25 percent, depending upon an owner’s requirement for time on board. A 10 percent share is valued at $185,000 with a monthly management fee of $450 plus an equal share of ongoing costs. The larger 25 percent share will cost $450,000 plus management and ongoing costs.
'Both options offer extraordinary value for this multi-million-dollar cruiser,' said Andy. 'The 10 percent option provides for at least 33 days on the water while 25 percent is for families who want a second holiday home on the water for over 12 weeks every year.'
The single-level living and galley area hints at a boutique hotel but, unlike a hotel suite, it can undergo an amazing transformation when the huge sweeping roof glides smoothly open and the large side windows drop down. Slide open the patio doors and the deck saloon becomes an elegant alfresco entertaining area with amazing water views.
The guest cabins both convert into doubles and both have their own en suites and separate showers. A generous lobby has space for two large appliances. Overhead lockers, cupboards and full-size wardrobes and can absorb more of your belongings than you could imagine.
More information is available at the Boating Syndication Australia Web site, syndicationaustralia.com.au