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Superior seeks dealers for Sunstream boat lifts

by Sandman PR on 7 Oct 2012
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Superior is seeking expressions of interest from boat dealers and targeted businesses (e.g. marinas, construction companies) that would like to represent and sell Sunstream boatlifts in their regions.

Via its established partnership with US-made Sunstream Boat Lifts, Superior would supply and support all approved dealers from its Gold Coast Head Office.

Sunstream’s expansive range of boatlifts caters for vessels up to 10.8T. The units are built using high-quality marine-grade aluminium, stainless steel and rotomolded polyethylene, supported by 240v and solar charging options.

A total of 11 Sunstream boatlifts – two V-Lifts and nine FloatLifts – have been sold by Superior in Australia since May 2012, indicating strong market acceptance of the brand and its National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) award-winning product range.

Sunstream’s V-Lift was launched with much fanfare at the 2012 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show. It is a free-floating, semi-displacement boatlift that can operate in as little as 1m of water and in berths from 3m wide. Designed to be extremely fast, it can launch boats in as little as 75 seconds, lifting them again in two minutes. Power is delivered through a low-draw DC system and options include solar and AC charging. With no hard-mounts required, the Sunstream V-Lift is entirely portable and can be used almost anywhere a boat can be moored whether marina berth, private pontoon or swing mooring.



Sunstream’s FloatLift is the world's leading hydraulic, free-floating boatlift. With the fastest launch and recovery speeds (launch 18 seconds, typical recovery 30 seconds) and a three-year hydraulic warranty, the FloatLift can be tied alongside a pontoon or kept on a swing mooring. With its high-speed hydraulics, unsinkable floats, remote control and solar charging, customers receive a serious return on their investment through reduced wear on the hull and overall reduction in hull maintenance.

Along with the V-Lift and FloatLift, the Sunstream Boat Lift range includes the SunLift (free-standing hydraulic lift) and SunPort2 (PWC lift/ramp).

Dealer enquiries can be directed to Leon Sines on 07 5594 8200 or lsines@superiorjetties.com.

Superior will also be exhibiting at Gold Coast Marine Expo from 2-4 November and will have a 2.7T FloatLift on the water.

More information on Tel: 617 5594 8200 or visit superiorjetties.com

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