Luxury cruiser manufacturer Maritimo is planning an impressive on-water display at the upcoming Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show with more than $8 million worth of sleek new models on display.
The Maritimo and Mustang display will be located at the entry to F-arm at the Sanctuary Cove marina which is the most prominent waterfront location at the show running from May 24 to May 27.
Maritimo’s marketing director Luke Durman said they would have a total of seven luxury vessels on display including the new M58 and M45 Motoryachts and the new Mustang 43 sports cruiser.
'Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show is one of the most important on the annual calendar for us and each year it attracts tens of thousands of prospective buyers and boating enthusiasts,' he said.
'We have secured a high profile position this year and the range of vessels we will have on display will be the perfect showcase for entire fleet.'
Mr Durman said Maritimo’s focus in 2012 was firmly on delivering a range of new high quality, high performance and luxurious motoryachts. He said considerable time and effort had gone into researching exactly what the boat buying public wanted and also in improving levels of quality and design.
'We have gone right back to basics and after considering all the feedback from our past and present customers we have made adjustments and changes at a variety of levels which will see our new models raise the bar to a totally new level,' he said.
'It is very exciting and already we have had tremendous feedback and enthusiasm for what we have created. ' The Maritimo reputation for performance, excellent sea-keeping ability and safety is still there, but it has been taken to a whole new level and luxury fit out is paramount.'
The company’s Sanctuary Cove display will include the following vessels - The new M58 Cruising Motoryacht, new M45 Cruising Motoryacht, M48 Cruising Motoryacht, 470 Offshore Convertible. Mustang will have 50, 43 and 32 Sports Cruisers.
Renders of the Mustang 43 and the Maritimo M58 which will be on display at Sanctuary Cove.
More at www.maritimo.com.au