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Lowrance Elite Series and HDS Gen 2 to be seen for the first time

by Rod Smith on 25 Jan 2012
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C.H.Smith Marine, Melbourne's leading independent chandler and Navico's 2010 Dealer of the Year will be have on display (and available for sale) the eagerly awaited new Lowrance 3.5' Elite4 and Mark4 series plus the Lowrance HDS Gen 2 series.

This will be the first time these models will be shown in Australia and the Melbourne Summer Boat show will be an ideal location for them to be seen and demonstrated. The Elite series appeals to many sailors due to it compact design and the HDS Gen2 is a fantastic upgrade to the widely adopted HDS series.

The Melbourne Docklands Boat Show runs from 3-5 February at Docklands.

For more info on the show go to www.biavic.com.au/miblf

Or for information on the Lowrance new products range go to http://www.chsmith.com.au/Brands/Lowrance.html

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