Princess to divide and conquer at Sanctuary Cove Boat Show

Princess V62
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Princess Yachts Australia will be taking a divide and conquer approach to their competition at this year's Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, splitting their display between the on water venue of the Boat Show and their Hope Island International Resort Marina office.

They will be providing luxury transfers for their clients between both locations. Princess Australia have taken this approach to best showcase their ever growing and award winning range of Flybridge and Sport Yachts.

On the marina at the Sanctuary Cove Boat Show, Princess will debut the exciting new Princess V39 and Princess 60, the first time these boats will have been on display in Australia. The Princess V39, launched at this year's London Boat Show to much acclaim, and the Princess 60 will take pride of place at the show sitting alongside the Princess floating corporate facility, offering a relaxing environment for Princess owners and invited guests to enjoy a coffee and a selection of prepared culinary delights.

Conveniently located just outside the entry to Sanctuary Cove, at Princess' Hope Island Resort Marina office the newly arrived 72 Motor Yacht, Princess 42, V62 and V52 models will be on display alongside an array of premium brokerage listings.

'Sanctuary Cove Boat Show is an extremely important event for showcasing our latest release models, and this year we've decided to create an even bigger and better display of our growing range by extending the display to our head office,' said Princess Yachts Australia Dealer Principal, Alan Paterson.

'Having the two locations will allow us to display more models for the show visitors and for our Princess owners to inspect, creating the biggest display of Princess boats ever assembled in Australia.'

Princess Yachts Australia has the pleasure of offering a luxury door-to-door service for their clients and invited guests.

To book your transport and personal inspection of any of the Princess models please contact the Princess Queensland office on (07) 5514 1900.