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Whittley Boats head to Queenscliff Harbour for boat show weekend

WHITTLEY Boats will be displaying a range of luxury sports cruisers, fishers and trailerable pleasure boats at Queenscliff Harbour, Victoria on Saturday and Sunday the 14th and 15th of October.

The display will feature Whittley boat models on the water at the harbour and also in the harbours retail precinct.

Sales Executive at Whittley Boats, Dean Oltoumis, had this to say about the weekend long event showcasing the brand. “We are quite excited by this opportunity to show the Whittley product off to the local Geelong and Ballerine Peninsula community, and encourage all potential Melbourne customers to attend as well. Queenscliff is a growing boating destination for around the Bay, and the harbour provides the ideal location to stop and enjoy the surrounds for a day or leave your boat for an extended period. This area is a growing market for our brand and having Whittley Boats on display, is ideal to provide locals with a good opportunity to review the Whittley range of boats.”

On display will be the Whittley CW 1650, a no frills family fishing focus package drive away from $38,990, through to the larger maxi cruiser the Whittley CR 2800 with a number of other models in between, from Victoria’s number one selling boat brand.

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Whittley Boats build Australia’s most diverse range of trailer boats, through a five strong model series range; XS sports wake boats, CR traditional cruiser weekenders, SL deep vee off shore performance fishing boats, CW outboard powered entry level boating fun and the FF range of weekender/fisher hybrids.

Dean added. “I will be on hand all weekend to assist customers with any boating advice or questions that they may have along with Alan Whittley and other staff from the company, so please come along and say hello and take the opportunity to look over a new Whittley and get a taste for the Whittley boating lifestyle. Plus there are some limited productions slots available and great deals, for those wanting a boat for the summer period still available.”

At this years weekend long boat show, the Melbourne Whittley Cruiser Club will also have a weekend cruise at the harbour. There is also a Whittley owners Club dinner in the retail complex as well on the Saturday night. All current or perspective Whittley owners are encourage to register for this the cruise weekend with the Club. Whittley Boats are manufactured in Whittley’s state of the art plant located in Somerton Victoria. The Whittley product is sold exclusively in Victoria from the Whittley Factory Show Room.

“The weekend long exclusive Whittley boat show, provides an opportunity for potential new boat buyers to come and experience the Whittley difference by driving the boats on the water and experiencing first hand, what makes a Whittley boat so unique and different. We encourage everyone thinking of a new fiberglass boat to come and have a drive on the water. Plus you can meet with current Whittley owners and members of the Melbourne Whittley Cruiser Club, in their boats. It is going to be a lot of fun and something for the whole family to enjoy.” Dean continued to say.

About Whittley Boats

Whittley Boats is a third-generation Australian boatbuilder based in Melbourne. The family-owned and operated company has focused its resources on providing high-quality boats to boating families since 1953. A marine industry innovator, Whittley’s award-winning range of family cruisers and fishing boats truly offers “A Boat for All Seasons” – versatile boating solutions that can be enjoyed all year round.

For more information about Whittley’s on water or static display’s or to arrange a private consultation time at the Queenscliff Harbour, please contact us on 03 8339 1800, log onto the Whittley website www.whittleymarinegroup.com.au or follow the event on the Whittley Facebook page.

Reservations are recommend to avoid disappointment on the day, event subject to weather conditions.

For Queensland inquiries, visit northsidemarine.com.au

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