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Ensign Yachts Mooloolaba is now open at Mooloolaba Marina, Parkyn Pde

by Florian Coroller on 9 Mar 2012
Ensign Yachts is proud to announce the opening of a new office. florian coroller
Gold Coast’s Ensign Yachts main office takes great pleasure in announcing that they have recently opened up there new office in Mooloolaba.

The brand new three-desk office will be operating seven days a week and will be representing no less than 13 new boat brands, such as:

Beneteau, Shoreline, Hershine, Aquatalia, Dyna, Perry Cat, World Cat, Sunboats, Watermarque, Bavaria Sport, Ensign 50 our home brand model, IAG, Rhea, and McConaghy (Australian ambassador).

With around 750 boats on the second-hand market, don’t hesitate to ask our friendly staff for a personal look-up if you don’t find your dream boat on our front windows. From trailer boats to commercial vessels, from cruising sailing boats to top-of-the-range racing boats, from baycruisers to one-off super yachts, we’ve got the right new boat or a second hand one waiting for you!

Come have a chat with our two new crew members, Ant and Dave, and they will find the right boat for you.

Mooloolaba-
Suite 1, Mooloolaba Marina
33 Parkyn Parade
Mooloolaba QLD 4557
Phone (07) 5444 3055?
Fax (07) 5444 3066

'This is a very exciting time for Ensign – the business is going from strength to strength even with the market the way it is and with this new office and this new member’s part of our team, we know undoubtedly it can only get better – watch this space!' Tony Ross, Managing Director.

Ensign Ship Brokers offer you their knowledge and expertise literally oceans apart from other brokers in order to help you purchase the right yacht. We are the Australian largest ship brokerage, with over 30 years experience and several offices across Australia and Asia; you can rest assured that we are the best.

The entire team are customer focused and boat mad, so give us a call and experience the Ensign difference.


Ensign Ship Brokers in figures:

1. We are the Australian largest ship brokerage with more than 750 boats listed.

Five offices along the coast to be close to you – Gladstone, Mooloolaba, Manly (Brisbane), Main Beach, Sydney plus an office in Singapore.

7 days a week - Our offices are open seven days a week to assist and provide service where ever you are.

12 websites dedicated to every type of vessel including Commercial Vessels, Houseboats and the Luxury Motor Yachts exceeding 20m in length. Specialisation of each website makes it easier to find what you’re looking for.

22 crews onboard specialised in:
Project management and follow up, Racing/Sailing Campaigns (with Americas Cup experience), Chartering, House boating, Commercial Vessels, sports boats, cruisers, building boats, luxury yacht market, European Market, Asian Market.

14 Well-known brands trust us to represent and sell their new boats. It’s a major sign of credibility for us.
Beneteau, Shoreline, Hershine, Aquatalia, Dyna, Perry Cat, World Cat, Sunboats, Watermarque, Bavaria Sport, Ensign 50 our home brand model, IAG, Rhea and McConaghy.

For further information call 07 5532 1122

Our website - www.ensignshipbrokers.com.au

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