BSA expands with Bobbin Head office and new boats

Boating Syndication Australia (BSA) has opened a new office at Bobbin Head in the picturesque waterways of northern Sydney.

The move coincides with yet another acquisition by the fast-growing luxury power boat syndication business. The company will operate a Maritimo M48 cruising motoryacht from the marina.

BSA’s Managing Director, Andy Young, said the company is also working on plans for yet another acquisition, a Riviera M400 sports cruiser, to be berthed at Bobbin Head.

The company has also bought a Riviera M360 sports cruiser to be based at the Gold Coast office.

Andy Young said the new office at the award-winning Bobbin Head marina will expand clients boating experiences through the glorious Pittwater/Hawkesbury River region.

“The Maritimo is a great addition to our fleet and ideal for these fabulous waterways,” he said. “It is a distinctive style of boat, different from our current offerings. It provides three-cabin accommodation and a superb saloon area as well as a comfortable aft cockpit and fully enclosed flybridge. It will offer its owners comfortable cruising for an entire family at any time of the year.”

BSA’s head office at The Spit marina in Mosman, Sydney, will continue to provide services for the majority of the company’s growing fleet of luxury boats, including its Belize 52, a Princess P54, Riviera 5000 Sport Yacht and Riviera M400 sports cruiser.

The company’s Gold Coast office at Marina Mirage is home to the new Belize 52 launched at the recent Sanctuary Cove boat show, as well as a sporty red Azimut 40S and the Riviera M360 sports cruiser.

“We are offering 10 shares in the Maritimo at $95,000 each plus outgoings,” said Andy. “This is an incredible price for so much luxury boat.”

The Riviera M400 to be based in Sydney is being offered at $39,000 per one-tenth share and the M360 on the Gold Coast is available for $25,000 for a share,

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