Chandlery manufacturer Man Ship popular at Sanctuary Cove Boat Show
by Melissa Yeomans on 31 May 2012
Another year up at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show is done and voted a very successful show. Visitor numbers in total were up 1.6%, coming in at 37,094 over the four days.
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Chandlery and hardware manufacturer Man Ship is just one of the participants expressing their delight with the results. Melissa Yeomans tells their story: This has to have been our best in years, with the people we spoke to having not only knowledge but enthusiasm for our products.
This makes the time for those of us on the stand pass so quickly.
To those we met on the stand:
Many of the people we spoke with were owner builders. I hope you share with us on our Facebook page your progress. For those whose contact details we have for Man Ship Quotes we will be in touch shortly. Please ensure you have a look at our Quote forms as to what we require to make this process as quick and painless as possible. Man Ship is all Custom made and was extremely popular this year at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.
About Man Ship:
Man ship Marine and Hardware Co. Ltd, is a well known and respected manufacturer of chandlery and hardware for the international boat building industry and watersport market since 1982. Man Ship's expanding product line includes stainless hatches, stainless portholes, stainless dorades, aluminium boat windows, and yacht fitting. With skilled craftsman Man Ship Marine are experienced in producing one-off orders in stainless steel (304 or 316), Aluminum extrusions, Aluminum Castings, Zinc and Bronze Castings.
On to the Sydney Boat Show:
Up next for the DeckHardware Team will be the Sydney International Boat Show. This year we will be on stand 316 in Hall 3 next to the stage. We will have a big team assisting us this year on a nice big stand so make sure you stop by and see us!
Thanks to the team:
A huge thanks to Mark Gray for helping set up the stand and work out with us how to fit it all in the space. For two years now Ben King has flown in to help us as well. We could not do it without Ben, not only is it the extra set of hands but his knowledge is invaluable.
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