SailTime Australia announces two new additions to its fleet, a new Sanctuary Cove based alliance partner and a commitment to investing in Queensland
SailTime Australia will be announcing at the Sanctuary Cove Boat Show that its Moreton Bay base at Manly has just signed a contract to purchase an Oceanis 40 that will join the existing Moreton Bay fleet in late June/ July 2013. Ian Heathwood owner of SailTime Moreton Bay stated that “demand for membership was very strong and the additional boat will enable us to meet the increasing demand from new members”
In addition, on display at the Lagoon stand on the marina at SCIBS is the first Catamaran to enter the SailTime fleet; a Lagoon 400S2. Graham Raspass founder of SailTime Australia stated “we have been aware for some time of the high level of interest in catamarans among our existing and prospective members and the response to the Lagoon, which is a beautifully appointed, performance Catamaran has been very positive with members already signed up in the first month of operation”
Following in the footsteps of its USA and UK operations SailTime Australia will be introducing Power boats into their fleet and have selected Sanctuary Cove based Integrity Motor Yachts with their stunning timeless lines, great on water handling and luxury appointments as their alliance partner . Graham Raspass stated “At SCIBS we are frequently asked when will we be introducing Power boats into our fleet and we are delighted to be partnering with Brett Flanagan and his team at Integrity Motor Yachts” The integrity 380 will also be on display on the marina ‘F’ and SailTime/Integrity Yacht have put together a number of special packages covering the 350/380.
Raspass also stated that “Looking to the future we see Queensland as a key area for growth for SailTime over the next two years and are actively investing in this market and looking for suitable franchisees to establish additional bases with the Gold Coast and Scarborough two areas of interest
The SailTime display is on the marina D arm where they have their Jeanneau 379
Further information is available from Graham Raspass CEO/ Founder SailTime Australia