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Beneteau bargains at Sanctuary Cove Boat Show

by Creating Demand on 20 May 2013
Beneteau Gran Turismo 38 featured at Sanctuary Cove Boat Show Creating Demand
Beneteau dealers Spirit Marine and JW Marine will be on hand at the upcoming Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show to promote a selection of the latest yachts and boats from the iconic French boat builder.

Beneteau Queensland Yacht Dealer Spirit Marine will present a cruiser-racer First 40 alongside the stylish Sense 50, perfectly suited for experiencing the waters off the Queensland Coast. The First 40 has built an enviable reputation in the competitive sailing market having won many trophies including a number of coveted Rolex Sydney Hobart Divisional titles.

Unlike the racing pedigree of the First 40, the Sense 50 is a true cruising yacht. The Sense 50 is all simplicity - simple to sail, simple to live aboard. Life at sea is organised around three large areas.



To the stern, life outside stretches tirelessly between the bathing platform, open helm station and manoeuvring space and the spacious cockpit designed as a terrace. Beneath this generous space is plenty of stowage and all the machinery. Amidships, the living area is linked in a novel way with the outside. Forward, the night area accommodates bedrooms, a desk area and shower-rooms.

Spirit Marine in conjunction with Beneteau will be offering a European Spring Boat Show Special on a select range of yachts, with up to 10% off selected models.



Beneteau Power Boat Dealer JW Marine will offer for inspection the stunning new Beneteau Gran Tursimo 38. The Gran Turismo concept is an Italian-flavoured lifestyle, inspired by the world of sports cars. It is synonymous with elegance and enjoys a sporty character but also spacious interiors.

The stylish and functional layout of the cockpit and living area is designed perfectly for the Queensland boating lifestyle. A full wrap around couch and table offers plenty of dining space and an aft facing settee forms a comfortable sun bed, perfect for Broadwater boating.

JW Marine will also offer a generous show special with the Gran Turismo 38 offered at $408,000 well below recommend retail. With the strong Australian Dollar there has never been a better time to take advantage of a great opportunity to own a fine example of European boating luxury.

For more information visit www.beneteau.com.au

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