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Sydney Boat Show the stage for Integrity range expansion

by Creating Demand on 31 Jul 2013
Brand new Integrity Motor Yachts 440 Sedan arrives in August Creating Demand
Integrity Motor Yachts will use the 2013 Sydney International Boat Show as a platform to share their plans for a range of exciting new model releases slated for release this year.

The first new model, which arrives this month, is the new 440 Sedan. Very similar in layout to the popular 340 and 380 Sedan models, the 440 Sedan offers even greater entertaining space plus the addition of a double cabin accommodation layout.

In a bold move, Integrity will soon commence production of a new entry level model for their range, a 310 Sports Sedan. In a partnership with Hyundai engines, the 310 Sports Sedan will achieve up to 14 knots top speed, whilst also delivering on all that the Integrity range of Sedans are known for.

A stylish exterior will complement a spacious cockpit with full opening bulkhead, an aft galley and dinette in the saloon allowing for additional accommodation space. A double bed forward and separate toilet and shower compartments complete the layout below decks, with a helm door allowing for that easy berthing access the Integrity range pride themselves on. The 310 Sports Sedan will be offered below $300,000.

The most exciting development in the Integrity range is their all new Aspire Motor Yachts series offering a superior level of finish and fittings. Using premium quality materials throughout, the new 42 Aspire Sedan will be the first boat in a range which will soon include a category defining 42 Flybridge.

The 42 Aspire is due to arrive in September and no expense has been spared in creating a European inspired displacement motor yacht. Accomplished naval architect Howard Apolino crafted the exceptional hull and running surface, with Brett Flanagan then painstakingly designing and building the opulent interior.

Premium leather and Italian fittings are used throughout, with a large electric sunroof and master crafted timberwork positioning this boat in the elite design and craftsmanship category. 'The Aspire range is a labour of love for me. It’s a dream I have had for many years to build the ultimate displacement motor yachts, and now we’re close to delivering our first boat,' said Brett.

Brett will be on hand at the Sydney International Boat Show to offer more information and a range of images for these exciting new models.

For more information visit www.integrityboats.com.au
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