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Chaparral ready for Rosehill

by Dani Limback on 10 Mar 2013
216 SSI LIFESTYLE Chaparral Australia
Chaparral Boats have geared up for the up-coming Rosehill boat show with a big line up of popular models going on display.

The class leading H2o entry level boats will feature this year along with Premium SSi bow riders and Sydney’s favourite, the 225SSi Sports cabin. Two of these models hold boat of the year titles with outstanding acclaim from the marine media.



'After last year’s very successful show we were keen to come back in 2013 with more boats and even better deals' says Troy Higginbotham from National Marine Sales. 'Chaparral has given us some great incentives to help encourage our NSW buyers to step up and start boating, Chaparral style,' he says.



'Rosehill is a great family show and well supported by the industry, so choosing a new boat couldn’t be easier,' says Higginbotham. 'We love going head to head with our competitors and the Chaparral range is hard to go past for quality, features and value and we are looking forward to showing off our brilliant boats next weekend.'

Chaparral boats have a solid reputation around the world for quality, innovation and performance and are built tough for salt water use. Chaparral have 30 boats in the model range from the entry level sport and ski/fish bowriders to high performance premium sports boats, cuddies, cruisers and the 42 Premiere Motor Yacht.



Chaparral also build the world’s only dedicated saltwater wake boat, the 'Xtreme' as well as the world’s biggest bow rider, the crazy 327SSx.

Rosehill Boat show is on at the Rosehill Gardens Racecourse, Sydney, on the 16th & 17th of March.

For more information on Chaparral Boats go to www.chaparralaustralia.com.au

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