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Two AMF Boats displayed for 1st time at Melbourne Boat Show

by Bevan Collings on 8 Jun 2011
AMF 660 vee Berth Cabin on Voyager Trailer - AMF Boats / Melbourne Boat Show Bevan Collings

Two of AMF Boats most popular New Zealand models will be on display for the first time at the Melbourne boat show this weekend.

Russell Cairns Marine and 4x4 of Warrnambool, the Victoria dealer for AMF Boats will have the AMF 580 Vee Berth Cabin and the AMF 660 Vee Berth Cabin on display. Russell Cairns Marine are a progressive marine retailer with are a professional profile offering full sales and service back up for Yamaha, Evinrude and Mercury Outboards.

Brian Collings, Managing Director of the AMF Boat Company in New Zealand where the boats are built will be on hand at the Melbourne Boat Show to show and tell all about the AMF range of boats. Mr Collings is also keen to talk to dealers from other states interested in becoming stocking dealers.

AMF Boats boast an impressive stable of models, from a high end recreational series of boats to Commercial Boats, Landing craft, Rescue RIB’s, Super Yacht Tenders and Custom Design/ builds to suit clients requirements. As a stocking dealer of the AMF Pro Sport Series of recreational hulls Russell Cairns Marine has full access to supply all other specialist builds.


Built to uncompromising standards from only the highest grades of plate aluminium, AMF Boat Company confidently supply these hulls with 10 Year Structural Hull Warranty on the welded hull unit. Performance is outstanding with all hulls sporting a variable degree deadrise hull, giving all models a fine entry for a soft ride and moderate dead rise in the transom along with a generous beam to offer stability and load carrying.

The exchange rate currently offers Australians an excellent opportunity to buy a lot of NZ boat for their money. The boat show gives buyers the opportunity to touch and see just how much boat AMF is offering.

Melbourne Boat Show, ninth to 13th June 2011, Melbourne Exhibition Centre on stand B82

For further information and contact details visit www.amf.co.nz and www.russellcairnsmarine.com.au

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