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Vicsail goes big at Sydney International Boat Show


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There is no doubt that recent boat shows are getting smaller. This year however, Vicsail decided to go against the trend and go big. Working closely with our powerboat partner, JW Marine, Vicsail created one of the largest Beneteau stands ever at the Sydney International Boat Show. Having a total of 12 Beneteaus on display, Vicsail had a constant flow of interested parties each day over the models representing the ranges.

Supported by some amazing promotions from Beneteau, Vicsail sailed away with strong sales during the show and more are following.

'Vicsail is pleased about the positive response from the show and overall the markets confidence in the Beneteau range in terms of product and value.' -Brendan Hunt, direct of Vicsail

With such success, Vicsail is celebrating this by extending the Sydney Boat Show deals until August 30, 2013. *

For more information, please contact 02 9327 2088.

•All deposits and contracts must be signed by August 30, 2013.

Vicsail website


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