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Boating Syndication scores success at Sydney show

Luxury boat ownership innovator Boating Syndication Australia (BSA) is celebrating sales success following the Sydney International Boat Show this week.

The company achieved strong sales of syndicate shares in the two boats on display and announced that its latest acquisition, a glamorous Pershing 64 sports yacht, had also attracted buyers.

“We are going to be busy over the next couple of weeks, with 40 sea trials already booked as a result of the show,” said BSA’s Andy Young.

BSA displayed a Riviera 4400 Sport Yacht and a Riviera M400 sports cruiser at the show; both new to the fleet.

“The M400 has proved incredibly successful in Sydney,” said Andy Young. “We already have three of this model in our fleet and the new one attracted eight new syndicate members during the show. So we have only two shares left in this boat.”

The 4400 Sport Yacht was also well received with five of 10 available shares sold during the show.

BSA celebrated its achievements at a party on the Friday evening of the show. More than 60 syndicate owners shared a variety of drinks and light food during the evening, accompanied by live music.”

Chris and Carol Pines have been with BSA since the business was founded. They share a Princess P54.

“Andy and his team have taken the headache out of boating,” said Chris. “Now it’s just pleasure and these get-togethers are a great opportunity to meet our other owners and share experiences. There are more people every year.”

Young said: “Our syndicates provide for economical boating at every level. Everyone shares in the cost of owning and maintaining the boat. The only additions are the fuel each owner uses while they are out plus anything else they want for food and drinks.”

More information is available at the Boating Syndication Australia Web site.

 

 
Experiences – lagoon, Lord Howe Island.