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New Wide Tech Cruiser from Chaparral to feature at SIBS

by Dani Limback on 20 Jul 2011
The 33 footer is more like a 35 footer with this new design. Chaparral Australia
Chaparral Boats has completed the trifecta by including the new 330 Wide Tech sports cruiser in its Sydney Boat Show line up.

The 330 Cruiser joins the eagerly awaited 327SSx and the world release of the 225 SSi Sports Cabin on the Chaparral stand along with a healthy showing of bow riders, wake boats and a smaller cruiser.

Australia hasn’t seen the Wide Tech design in a cruiser yet and according to the Chaparral importer Scott O’Hare; the extra room in the bow is so significant that many buyers will be able to consider a smaller, less expensive boat while still enjoying the comfort and space that many larger boats can’t offer with a traditional bow.



'The 33 footer is more like a 35 footer with this new design, says O’Hare, it’s not just the wide tech bow that makes it special, the 330 is all new, with the latest fuel efficient hull design, the option of full sized forward berth or convertible forward dinette, hardtop as standard, brilliant cockpit layout; basically its feature packed from top to bottom.'

Chaparral has committed substantial funds to R&D over the last few years, virtually renewing their entire fleet and releasing a number of new innovative and exciting models, many of which can be seen at the show. in Hall 2 stand 203.

For more information go to www.chaparralboats.com or visit the Sydney Boat Show between 28th July & secondAugust Hall 2 stand 203.

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