There are many reasons that people invest in an Integrity Motor Yacht, some are clear before they buy the boat and some get recognised after ownership begins. One such feature is the camaraderie that exists between owners, whether cruising casually or being a part of one of our social lunches, or indeed like our annual cruise which took place this November.
The decision to listing your boat for sale can be quite an emotional experience. Your boat is a major asset, and it is important that any decision to sell is accompanied by a good plan to represent the boat in the best possible way.
Whether as a buyer or a seller, you want to ensure that you are making the right decision.
At the Cannes Yachting Festival, 6 to 11 September on the French Riviera, Aquila presented the popular Aquila 54 Yacht – the model’s first showcase outside of the US – and the Aquila 36 Sport.
The fabulous Aquila 54 had just arrived in Brisbane and, since then, has undertaken commissioning work at The Boat Works. Now, I am pleased to say the Aquila 54 is now at our docks at Runaway Bay ready for handover to her new owners, David and Pam Courtice.
It must be Christmas! Several happy new owners will be celebrating on their new boats this season with the arrival of a new Aquila 44 in New Zealand, a new Aquila 54 on the Gold Coast and the arrival of three new Integrity 380s, two 380 SX models and a new 380 Sedan through the docks at Spectrum. Plus, yet another Integrity 380 Sedan has been delivered to a Perth customer.
Jason Chipp from the Spectrum Team travelled to New Zealand to assist with the delivery of the Aquila 44, “Aperio” which expands the Aquila 44 fleet in NZ to three boats.
Thanks to timeless appearance and super low operating costs, Integrity boats remain extremely compelling compared to many alternatives at a time when imported vessels are on the rise. Integrity 340 and 380 Sedans are now even more appealing. In fact, you can get into a feature-packed Integrity 340 Sedan for just over $500,000.
Watermaker technology has come a long way over the last few years, marine watermakers are now so compact, efficient and reliable that they have become a must have accessory for just about every vessel.
When the Harbour Classic 40 was launched on the Australian Boating scene, its classic Down East design lines turned heads all along the East Coast. With easy performance and handling, this stylish dayboat attracted plenty of attention.
Since the Whitehaven Group took over the distribution of Aquila Catamarans in Australia, the interest by the Australian public has been genuinely exciting. This has also been particularly strong for our Spectrum Marine customers who have strongly supported the brand.