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Haines Group displays an array of boats and outboards

AN exciting array of new-release outboards and show-stopping boats from The Haines Group brands will be on display at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre this year.

From Haines Signature Boats, we’ll be debuting a brand-new model that will surely turn heads at the show. While we’re keeping the details under wraps, you won’t want to miss seeing this awesome new model up close. We’ll also have a great cross-section of boats across our fishing, boating and cruising ranges.
Our boats are perfectly suited for the waters of Queensland – a tried and tested hull that performs every time, whether inshore or offshore, and provides a soft and stable ride.

See why these are considered some of Australia’s best-built boats at the Australian Marine Centre stand.  Karee Marine will be showcasing the latest from Tournament Pleasure Boats. These boats are renowned for their exceptional build quality and are designed to withstand the harshest of Australian conditions.
The legendary craft from the Seafarer Boats stable will be on display at the Laguna Boating Centre stand.

An icon of Australian boating, the Seafarer brand has filled Australian waterways for over 60 years and will no doubt be popular among die-hard fishos at the show. Suzuki Marine will also be there with an array of new products and plenty of ‘Suzuki on Sale’ deals including the DF325A, DF350A and DF100B – Suzuki’s newest and most technologically advanced outboards to date.

With exclusive boat show deals across the entire range, visit one of the many Suzuki dealer stands, including Australian Marine Centre, Bayside Suzuki Marine, Laguna Boating Centre, Motorsport Marine and Surf Coast Marine. Whether it be Suzuki power for your boat, a complete boat package to get your family on the water or a serious boat to brave all conditions, The Haines Group has a product for you at the show.
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