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SESSA MARINE debuts at Melbourne Summer Boat Show 2013 - Australia

by Gianluca Poerio on 11 Feb 2013
Sessa C38 .. ©
SESSA MARINE expands group operations in the Asia Pacific markets appointing Premier Yachting as Australian National Dealer.

The company displayed the Sessa C38 at the Melbourne Boat Show at New Quay marina at Docklands and is also aiming to present the Sessa brand at this year’s Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show (May 23 to 26) and the Sydney International Boat Show (August 2 to 6).

Premier Yachting recently took delivery of the Sessa C38 and is looking forward to the arrival of the Sessa flagship C68 in April 2013 which is already sold to a Royal Brighton Yacht Club member.

Vicsail Fremantle have also agreed to acting as Premier Yachting agents for the Sessa brand and is planning to have a boat in WA for the Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show on October 11 to 13.

Premier Yachting refers 'apart from the very high-quality of all its vessels, the boats are very competitively priced and the Sessa range will certainly have an impact on the Australian prestige boat market'.

'In such a sensitive time for the internal market, our strength has been to have turned our eyes towards the global market not only by making our products known and appreciated but also trying to make them more attractive to new markets, meeting the different customers requirements functional and cultural,' reports Riccardo Radice, Sessa Marine Vice-President.

Premier Yachting, based in Melbourne, offers new yacht and boat sales and yacht and boat brokerage services Australia wide. Jim Sismanes - CEO of the Premier Yachting group, maintains that, 'living up to highest of ethical standards is vitally important in developing and maintaining clients in this industry. In the end it is all about looking after the needs of your clients. I believe that our greatest strengths lie in the development of our relationships with our clients'.

Premier Yachting also specialises in the lease and sale of marina berths for all sizes of vessels in a number of six locations throughout Victoria, Tasmania and Queensland.

Premier Yachting is now affiliated with a number of brokerages in Victoria, Tasmania and Western Australia including Webster Marine Melbourne, Webster Marine Paynesville, Tasmanian Boat Brokers, Vicsail in Freemantle and 38degrees south Boat sales in Williamstown. Within this broad network Premier Yachting now offers the largest range of new and used vessels in Victoria.

More at www.premieryachting.com.au

ABOUT SESSA MARINE

Established by the Radice family in 1958, SESSA Marine now offers 4 top quality lines of open and fly vessels measuring 18 to 68 feet. A family-run company known for its dynamism and ability to innovate, Sessa Marine designs and builds exclusive vessels successfully combining design and technology, style and quality, without ever losing sight of its ultimate goal: guaranteeing a great experience for anyone who goes to sea in a Sessa Marine boat. The company has made more than 15,000 boats and has more than 90 dealers all over the world, supported by a network of well-trained 'Service Points' all over the Mediterranean, the Middle East and North America.
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