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Vicsail at the Sydney International Boat Show

by Vicsail on 13 Jul 2012
Ringle 39 - Vicsail at the Sydney International Boat Show Vicsail - copyright http://www.vicsail.com
Vicsail will be featuring the best of Beneteau and Lagoon at the Sydney International Boat Show August 2 through August 6, 2012.

Vicsail will also introduce Australia to the Ringle at this year's show. The fleet will be located at the marina stand 119-127.


If you are you looking for a yacht for a fun weekend sail then the answer is a daysailer. Vicsail understands premium yachts, and would like to introduce Sydney to the revival of daysailers.

The deluxe daysailer collection Vicsail will have on display at the Sydney International Boat Show includes the Ringle 39. Ringle is a blend of modern yacht technology with timeless values from the high art eriod of yacht design, reminiscent of the first half of the twentieth century.

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If you are interested in booking an appointment with one of our sales team to discuss the Ringle or any of the yachts listed below, please contact Vicsail Sydney directly on 02 9327 2088 or email info(at)vicsail.com.

Vicsail will exemplify the full range of Beneteau yachts with a fleet of five Beneteau yachts on display.

FIRST 30
The new First 30 designed by the talented Juan Kouyoumdijan and Michel Desjoyeaux unites the best of naval architecture.


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FIRST 40
The First 40 is a sophisticated thoroughbred to the First range.


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SENSE 43
The newest range of Beneteau, Sense is spacious, sleek, and close to the water creating great navigational comfort and fine sailing speeds.


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OCEANIS 41
The Beneteau Oceanis 41 is the heart of the Oceanis range. Her new generation hull promises comfortable, fast sailing.


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OCEANIS 45
Beneteau Oceanis 45 has been awarded with the 2012 European Yacht of the Year. The new Oceanis 45 takes to the ocean confidently.


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Lagoon
The Lagoon range that will be open for viewing at the Sydney International Boat Show will be the Lagoon 400 and Lagoon 450.

LAGOON 400
The lines of the Lagoon 400, while remaining faithful to Lagoon principles, have been inspired by the charm and elegance of the Lagoon 620, its new flagship.


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LAGOON 450
Together with Lagoon and the Nauta Yachts design office, The VPLP architects succeeded beautifully in developing the new Lagoon 450 to replace the famous Lagoon 440.


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