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Great Laser boat and rig deal for the next two weeks

by Tom Rosoman on 15 Oct 2013
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Summer is just around the corner and Performance Sailcraft Australia (PSA) has an amazing offer for sailors looking to either get into their first Laser or upgrade to a new boat.

PSA is running an offer until the end of October, which gives sailors the chance to buy a new boat and get a second different rig completely free.


Tom Rosoman from PSA said, 'We know that many Laser sailors want the flexibility of having a second smaller rig and this offer is perfect for those sailors. Your local dealer should have stock and am sure will also be delighted to talk about trade in values etc.'

To find out more about this offer and all that is happening in the World of Laser sailing please contact your local dealer in Australia, listed here below:

New South Wales

NB Sailsports

Phone: 02 4340 2223 or 0412 485 216

Web: www.nbsailsports.com.au

E-mail: info@nbsailsports.com.au

Address: Unit 6/54 Gindurra Rd, Somersby, NSW 2250

Paddle, Pedal, Sail

Phone: 02 9979 6546

Web: www.paddlepedalsail.com

E-mail: monavale@paddlepedalsail.com

Address:  42 Darely Street (Cnr Darley Street & By The Sea Rd), Mona Vale, NSW, 2103

Canberra Yacht Club Boat Shop

Phone: 02 6273 4777

Web: www.canberrayachtclub.com.au

E-mail: boatshop@canberrayachtclub.com.au

Address: 1 Mariner Pl, Yarrallumla ACT 2600

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Queensland

NB Sailsports QLD

Phone: 0402 970 060

Web: www.nbsailsports.com.au

E-mail:qld@nbsailsports.com.au

Address: RQYS 578 Royal Esplanade Manly, QLD, 4179

Brisbane Catamaran Centre

Phone: 07 3375 4911

Web: www.nacra.com.au

E-mail:briscat@briscatamaran.com.au

Address: 920 Boundary Road, Richlands, QLD 4077

Australpixie

Phone: 0418 772 601

Web: www.pixie.com.au

E-mail: white@pixie.com.au

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Victoria

Scott Lovig Paddle Fish Sail??Phone: 03 5975 6399 or 0418 566 626?Web: www.slhobie.com.au?E-mail: scott@slhobie.com.au

Address: 12C Satu Way, Mornington, Vic, 3931?                                                                       .....................................................................................

South Australia

Binks Marine

Phone: 00 8294 6211

Web: www.binksonline.com.au

E-mail: binksyf@bigpond.net.au

Address: 27 Byre Avenue, Somerton, SA 5044

Laser Direct

Phone: 04 0214 1512

Web: www.laserdirect.com.au

E-mail: sales@laserdirect.com.au

Address: 40 Milner St, Prospect, SA 5082

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Western Australia

Boating Hardware

Phone: 08 9337 9900

Web: www.boatinghardware.com

E-mail: sales@boatinghardware.com

Address: 6/1 Zeta Cres, O'connor, WA 6163

Performance Sailcraft WA - Technical Sales Rep Tim Castles

Phone: 0433 090 266

E-mail: tim@lasersailing.com.au

Fremantle, Perth, WA

Goose Marine

Phone: 0417 919 854

Web: www.goosemarine.com.au

E-mail: goosemarine@aapt.net.au

Address: 28 Williams Way, Australind, WA, 6233

Windrush

Phone: 08 9314 1317

Web: www.windrushyachts.com.au

Address: 8 Blamey Place, O'Connor, WA 6163

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Tasmania

Peter Johnston Ship Chandlers

Phone: 03 6234 5422

E-mail: chandlery@peterjohnston.com.au

Address: 21 Morrison Street, Hobart, TAS 7000

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Northern Territory

Yacht Shop

Phone: 08 8981 2948

Web: www.yachtshopnt.com.au

E-mail: sales@yachtshopnt.com.au

Address: Darwin Sailing Club, Atkins Drive, Fanny Bay, NT 0820
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