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Sevaris Marine launched with an edge

by Sandman PR on 11 Feb 2013
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Sevaris Marine has entered the Australian marine market with all guns blazing, spearheaded by the military-spec range of NorthStar RIBs.

Securing a high-profile location at the South of Perth Yacht Club (WA) and aligning with suppliers including Lowrance, BRP and Oceanic Trailers, the first few NorthStar RIBs arrived in the country pre-Christmas and have been turning plenty of heads on Perth waterways over summer.

Sevaris Marine principal Matt Sevior said the European-manufactured range of NorthStar RIBs offered a huge point of difference over other RIBs currently available in Australia.

'The hull design, materials and cutting-edge construction technology aside, NorthStar adheres to strict rating systems for compliance,' Mr Sevior said.

'NorthStar RIBs over six metres meet or exceed CE Category B Offshore… the safety and stability requirements of this are much higher than Category C, which is the common rating of most other RIBs.



'The Category B rating is defined as ‘Designed for offshore voyages where conditions up to and including wind force F8 and significant wave heights up to and including 4m may be experienced’.

'This rating, combined with an experienced team of naval architects, is why NorthStar has been called upon to design and produce hundreds of RIBs for coast guard and military organisations around the world.'

There are eight production series under the NorthStar brand, ranging from the entry-level T Series tenders, to the fully-customisable OP Series, right up to the flagship RS Series ocean-going cabin boats.

'From recreational boating around Rottnest Island in the west through to Sydney Harbour and the Whitsundays on the east coast, as well as meeting the demanding requirements of marine safety organisations, police and the defence force, there’s a model in the NorthStar range to suit everyone,' Mr Sevior said.

'People will be immediately impressed when they see the NorthStar product, as everything about these boats is absolutely first class, and once they get to experience one they will be blown away… the ride is exceptional!'

Along with exclusive rights to the NorthStar brand throughout Australasia, the Sevaris Marine business model includes plans to source other high-quality marine products from around the world.

For more information, visit sevarismarine.com.au or phone 0400 680 438.

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