Something to celebrate since the Sydney Boat Show: three new Integrity models sold and a handover to New Zealand owners.
The new boats include a 380 Sedan which is the 50th edition ‘380-50’ to celebrate the 50th hull of the 380 model, a 460SX, and a second 470CE Plus sold to Tasmanian owners.
The owners of the 470CE Plus had previously considered Integrity, attracted by its classic design and features, but the 10-knot speed deterred them.
“Now with a cruise speed of 16 knots and a top speed of over 20 knots, they were thrilled with the whole package,” explains Paul Nanscawen from Boat Sales Tasmania. “This added speed is perfect for quickly reaching fishing sites, anchorages, or making a swift return to the marina if the weather changes.”
What’s more, this client has opted for a 2 cabin x 1 bathroom layout for their 470CE Plus. This tailored design, emphasising both space and luxury, is set to become a popular choice, offering an unparalleled onboard experience.
Their new 470CE Plus is scheduled for delivery around Christmas 2024.
Paul and his team will soon welcome a new salesperson, Matthew Johnston, who has an extensive background in marine. Matthew has worked for Muir Winches and Tas Ports, and was the ex-Commodore for the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania, completing four Sydney-Hobarts over the years.
“Matthew has always loved playing with boats, has a great manner with people and has a wealth of knowledge and huge network and we welcome him aboard,” Paul states.
For the New Zealand handover, Brad Nann, General Manager for Operations for the Whitehaven Group, travelled Auckland to oversee commissioning and delivery of a new 380SX, hull number 47, for a couple based in the Bay of Islands. From Auckland, the owners cruised north over five days, loving every minute aboard their new boat.
We wish you all smooth cruising and look forward to hearing about your adventures.