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Bavaria cruises into Sydney International Boat Show + Video

by Sarah Ruggiero on 5 Aug 2012
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With a complete range of sporty vessels on display in Cockle Bay Marina, Bavaria Yachts Australia came ready to dazzle visitors at the Sydney International Boat Show.

'We’ve sold two boats already at the show, one, coming into the show, to someone that we’ve talked to before and another to a person we signed up yesterday, so we’re pretty excited about what’s to come over the weekend,' he
said.





Showcasing two new luxury sailing models, the 40S and the 43, Howden said public interest is high and numerous people have stopped to explore the yachts.

'We’ve got the 40S, which is our new racy sailing boat, which is probably the raciest of the Bavaria range, ' said Howden. 'We’ve also got the 43 two or three cabin hard top, which is a sports boat.'

Sporting elegant designs that emphasize comfort and luxury, these models are ideal for boaters who expect the best.

In addition to new hardware, Bavaria Yachts Australia is still revelling over the acquisition of North South Yachting earlier this year. Not only does this business deal bring Bavaria Yachting to Australia, but it has also opened the market for the company.

'The other thing that’s really exciting for us is we’ve had the powerboats for over a decade and they’ve never built a fly bridge boat before,' said Howden.

'Australia is a big fly bridge market and they’ve just released the first of their fly bridge range, which is really exciting for us.'

For more information please visit the Bavaria Yachts Australia website http://www.bavariasail.com.au/
or for Powerboats please visit http://www.bavariapower.com.au
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