by Jeni Bone
All Marine Spares is looking forward to exhibiting the new model Craftsman engines, 80 and 65hp diesels at the 2013 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, 23-26 May.
Leigh Francis, chief of All Marine Spares at Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.
A regular at SCIBS for 25 years, Leigh Francis and his team have exhibited when new products have been sourced that would be of interest to trade clients and distributors, as well as getting the Craftsman brand out to consumers.
'We’ve been selling their motors for four years with great feedback. They are a sophisticated motor and meet all the emission requirements, and they are simple and cheap to maintain. Everybody has raved about them. They run smoothly, they’re reliable, not super high-tech but they do deliver good performance and are very economical to run, both in consumables and maintenance.'
The All Marine Spares team occupying their high-traffic area position near the marina entry and Club Marine cooking demos.
At SCIBS this year, All Marine Spares will also have a brand new range of cables and controls from Italian manufacturer Flexball, which boasts a background in high-tech aviation and industrial control systems.
'They’re top line quality, well priced European products, which will compete with anything on the market,' explains Francis, adding that on display and functioning at Sanctuary Cove will be the new product by Flexball and All Marine Spares – a fly-by-wire control system, ideal for throttle and gear selection.'It will be very, very competitively priced.'
All Marine Spares will have expert team on hand at SCIBS to outline all its products, as well as international suppliers for any questions and background.
More at www.allmar.com.au