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The world's leading luxury boating brand makes waves at Mandurah

by Creating Demand on 17 Oct 2011
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It’s probably one of the biggest things to happen in the Perth boating industry: Princess Yachts Australia returned to the Mandurah Boat Show for the first time in three years proudly displaying their all new sporty Princess WV52, the elegant Princess 64 and the awesome V85-S, having recently acquired one of the most respected big boat sales organizations in the business, Beacon Marine.

The newly named Princess Beacon Marine, is headed by local businessmen and Princess owners Nick and George Karageorge.

Nick, George and their team were joined by Princess Yachts International Sales Director Will Green, and Princess Yachts Australia Dealer Principal Alan Paterson, inviting the many existing Princess Yacht owners to hear all about the exciting plans for the brand in WA.

'The purchase of Beacon Marine is a major investment by our company in ensuring the premium levels of service and support offered for our East Coast Princess owners is matched for our valued clientele in WA. Nick and George Karageorge understand the levels of service a big boat owner deserves, and there are no better partners to assist with the growth of the worlds leading luxury boating brand in WA', said Alan Paterson.

To view the entire Princess Yachts range visit www.princessaustralia.com.au or call Princess Beacon Marine Tel: (08) 9430 5880.?
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