New courtesy for Boating Syndication owners

Innovative luxury boating company Boating Syndication Australian (BSA) has introduced a new service for clients – a courtesy vehicle to save time and cost in car parking.

BSA’s Andy Young said the new service is already being well received by clients.

The people mover can carry up to eight passengers so it offers owners the chance to extend the service to friends as well as immediate family.

“It takes much of the stress out of a day’s boating,” said Andy. “Getting a car park around any of Sydney’s marinas is difficult at the best of times. Now our clients simply make a quick phone call and we are there to pick them up.

“Of course our service extends to our interstate owners. They simply let us know their flight schedule and we will be waiting for them at the Sydney airport.”

He said the new service also means an owner can now relax and share a few drinks with friends as soon as they return to the marina instead of waiting until they arrive home.

“It makes the time out on the water even more of a pleasure,” said Andy. “Of course, a skipper can’t drink while out on the water, but the day becomes even more pleasant if they can relax as soon as they are back in dock at the end of the day.”

BSA has a fleet of seven boats in Sydney, based at The Spit in Mosman and at Rushcutters Bay close to the city centre.