Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show is being held next week. Chaparral Australia has been confirmed as the exhibitor with the most number of boats on display at the show.
One of the worlds most respected sports boat builders; Chaparral will effectively be re-launching the brand into Queensland after an absence of nearly four years with an impressive display of ten all new models.
With a newly appointed Queensland dealer, the Australian debut of the much anticipated H2o series of sports and ski/fish entry level bow riders and the first showing of four other award winning models, the Chaparral stand should be buzzing with excitement.
'We really want to show the boating public just how comprehensive our range of boats are' says Scott O’Hare from Chaparral Australia.
Bow riders on display will include the new H2o range starting at 18 feet, the 216SSi which is the current Australian family sports bow rider of the year and the 64MPH rocket ship 327SSx , the only bow rider in the world with a full beam cabin.
Not to be outdone O’Hare has also pulled out the wow factor with Chaparral’s awesome 244 Xtreme saltwater wake boat, and the worlds newest 33 sports cruiser that he say’s 'rewrites the book on elegance, design and performance.'
'Sanctuary Cove has always been Australia’s most important show to capture national interest, it is a regular trip for people from all over Australia and the world and we are delighted to be back', says O’Hare. 'We invite all show goers to visit our display, meet the Australian Champion wake boarder Kristin Bower who will be appearing at our stand throughout the show and most importantly check out what we believe are the worlds best sports boats'
Chaparral has an off water display and can be found at stand number MH3A just off Masthead Way next to Jabiru house, not far from the main entrance.
Chaparral Boats Australia website
by Dani Limback
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