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Marine Resource 2016

Boat Show Week at Marina Mirage

by Ian Swan on 13 May 2014
ENCORE 44M 030 Swan Super Lines www.swansuperlines.com
Swan Super Lines is celebrating boat show week on the Gold Coast, 19 to 26 May.

There will be a range of vessels on display in a relaxing environment with easy parking and plenty of shops, plus sensational restaurants on water and in the centre.

SSL will have a selection of its brokerage boats, including Flamingo Bay, the 36m, ex-ice breaking rescue tug now in Survey and suitable as the ideal adventure ship; Offers around $900,000.


FAIRLINE SQUADRON 65 a superb, single-level saloon/galley,Caterpillar-powered, with Garmin navigation gear, offered $1.7m – which is a significant saving if you consider the new price would be $2.7m. Owner wants it sold as he has committed to a new build.


DYNA 68 LAGUNA motor yacht, three staterooms all with ensuites, major upgrade/rebuild 2008 including zero-speed stabilizers;This motor yacht represents excellent value, professionally maintained and serviced offered now at $829,500.
PRINCESS V58, a highly successful model and ideal for Australia, three cabins, moon roof, twin Volvos, with tender garage. Now $695,000.

MONTEREY 350 SPORTS YACHT; the showboat in 2006, one owner, loaded with extras, air cond, Flat screen TV,S- a must see if looking for a sports cruiser. Recent antifoul may 2014/ buff/ polish/ service. Offered now $ 135,000.

Plus others, which can be seen online at www.swansuperlines.com.au


The much-anticipated first release Powerplay 60 has arrived in Queensland. Powerplay catamarans has again moved with the times, expanding its range of luxury motoryachts, introducing the very latest technology and moving to a state-of-the-art production facility in Zhuhai China.

New building techniques and new technology combine with Australian quality control to introduce new levels of luxury.
On board you will find the stylishly appointed galley, saloon and master cabin all on the same level. The large flybridge provides perfect 360º views and on the foredeck will allow you and your guests to enjoy the perfect sunset. This company demonstrator is offered now at $1,900,000.


Also part of the annual boat show calendar, Swan Super Lines, BME Finance and Glass Dining & Lounge Bar will again host the annual 'Out of the Blue' cocktail night at Glass, Marina Mirage, Tuesday 20 May. The event attracts the who’s who of the marine industry, with live entertainment, complimentary drink on arrival, raffles and finger food. Bookings essential.

Enquiries and to book Tel (07) 5527 1009.

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