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Superyacht Australia to launch magazine at Monaco Yacht Show

by AIMEX-Superyacht Australia on 24 Sep 2013
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Superyacht Australia has for the first time published an Australian superyacht industry specific magazine profiling the hive of activity in the Australian superyacht sector and the country’s unique cruising grounds.

The Superyacht Australia magazine will be launched at Monaco Yacht Show and features up to date information about the facilities, product and service providers ready to engage with visiting superyachts.

Also available at the show will be the newly released Information Guide for Visiting Yachts which details the official regulations, requirements and capability of facilities for visiting vessels ensuring ease of access to Australian shores. Copies of the magazine and Information Guide can be collected from the Australian Pavilion at Monaco Yacht Show – stand QD43.

Australian exhibitors at Monaco this year include world renowned and awarding winning Muir Winches and VEEM Ltd, Rivergate Marina and Shipyard, Ocean Media who have recently launched their 50th edition of the Ocean magazine and Hydrive Engineering.

Amongst many awards won in the past Muir Winches won the Australian Superyacht Business of the Year earlier in 2013 and VEEM has been awarded the Australian Marine Industry Exporter of the Year for the past two consecutive years and recently launched their latest innovation the VEEM Gyro which are powerful, high quality roll stabilization devices specifically engineered for use on large boats and small ships.

In a push to increase the presence of the product and service providers from across the country the regional clusters of Australia (Superyacht Group Great Barrier Reef, Superyachts Queensland, Marine WA and Superyacht Sydney) have all collaborated to ensure there is a strong presence and expertise available at the show. This is a fantastic opportunity for the industry attending Monaco Yacht Show to meet with the key contacts from Australia and learn all about the high quality service and unique experiences to be had in Australia.
AIMEX & Superyacht Australia CEO MaryAnne Edwards stated that she was looking forward to meeting with many key stakeholders during the show.

'The Monaco Yacht Show is an excellent platform to meet with industry, the Australian superyacht sector has so much to offer and we have many appointments in place already with brokers, agents and yachts wanting to discuss our facilities and capabilities in Australia.'

The publications will also be available at the Australian Pavilion at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (Designers Tent) and METS (Hall 11) as well as online at www.superyacht-australia.com and will be distributed in print to key industry stakeholders and contacts.

To view the online edition of the first Superyacht Australia magazine, please visit www.superyacht-australia.com
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