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Matthew Willett Marine expands with Jeanneau

by Mainsheet Media on 6 Jul 2011
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Leading Sydney brokerage Matthew Willett Marine has been appointed as New South Wales dealer for the Jeanneau power range and the Prestige range of motor yachts.

For nearly ten years Matthew Willett has been selling new and used vessels in and around New South Wales. With a passion for genuine and personalised service, Matthew Willett Marine sees many repeat customers relying on his depth of experience and knowledge.

'I am privileged to have the opportunity to represent such prestigious brands. The Jeanneau product range is world class. Built in shipyards employing over two thousand people, they are certified for meeting ISO9001 and ISO14001 quality and environmental standards. The Jeanneau power range and the Prestige range offer Australian customers a real choice in design, quality and price that must be considered when looking at purchasing a new or used boat. The diversity of choice offered means we have something for everyone.'

At the Sydney International Boat Show 2011 the all new Prestige 500s Sportop, the Prestige 440 Flybridge, and the Jeanneau NC11 will be on display.

Seen for the first time in Australia, the 2011 Prestige 500s has a elegant style and features including a large luxurious living space and a full width owner’s stateroom with private access. Combined with a dinghy garage, electric sunroof, aft galley on the saloon level and many more features, The Prestige 500s is a highly optioned, very well designed and comfortable sports yacht.


European Powerboat of the Year, the Jeanneau NC11, being launched in Australia at the Sydney Show, sets new standards with contemporary elegance designed to be your luxurious apartment on the water. The modular internal features are restrained and comfortable: cabins, huge bathroom, saloon, storage and much more.

The Jeanneau power range and the Prestige range are represented in Australia by the Australian Marine Network.

www.jeanneauaustralia.com
www.prestigeaustralia.com

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