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SCIBS and Sanctuary Cove Boat Show celebrate 25 years together

by Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show on 10 Mar 2013
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The Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2013 and so does Superior Jetties, which has been exhibiting its products at the show from the very beginning.

Superior Jetties will once again be a key contributor to SCIBS with an on-water display featuring its most popular marine products including boat lifts, pontoons and Jet Ski docks.

For more than 25 years Superior has provided high quality marine flotation and industrial products through both domestic and international dealers.

Superior’s chief executive officer John Hogan said it was a great achievement to be jointly celebrating 25 years having been a contributor to the Boat Show and the industry since its inception.

'In this time Superior has proudly represented the Gold Coast and grown from a small jetty manufacturer to an international supplier of world class marina and docking product for the industry,' said Mr Hogan.

Superior Jetties is known throughout the marine industry as a unique and innovative design led company with well over two decades of experience and an emphasis on quality and customer satisfaction.

Superior will have its market leading Sunstream Float Lift on display at this year’s SCIBS which is suitable for vessels from one to sixteen tonnes.

Mr Hogan said the market’s reception to the boat lift had been overwhelming.

'The Sunstream Lift is a market leader because of its innovative design, vessel launch and retrieval speeds,' said Mr Hogan.

'We proudly support the Sunstream brand and are looking for agents throughout the east coast.'

Superior’s boat lifting floating solutions can be quickly and easily installed on a pontoon or marina berth with an optional awning fitted to protect the boat from weather conditions, and a remote control.

The range of Superior pontoons are manufactured and installed to the highest possible standard and boast style and elegance as well as durability.

There are four distinct pontoon styles for both domestic and commercial applications including the Capri series featuring a full aluminium super structure with timber or composite decking.

Superior has also recently launched a mobile website which is accessible from over 5500 mobile devices and caters for the 25 per cent of its monthly users being mobile based.

More at www.sanctuarycoveboatshow.com.au
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