Archive | February, 2016

Northshore 38 – Mulgannon – February 2016


Expect to see the mighty Mulgannon competing in Port Phillip Bay and later in the year crossing Bass Straight as a well performing cruiser racer for her great new Melbourne based owner.

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Northshore 31 – Walkabout – February 2016


Pittwater broker Peter has a huge soft spot for these great Aussie classics. Few designs even to this day manage to get the mix of that sprightly performance with an interior many cruising yachts would fall short of and it’s for exactly these reasons why ex-skiffy Daniel has gone Walkabout up to the Central Coast. […]

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Moody 45DS – Zam Zam – February 2016


After a short life as a Sydney based yacht “Zam Zam” is now lying in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand. The plan is to explore the cruising grounds of NZ, before she is bought back to Brisbane as the ideal family cruiser!

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Hanse 355 – Aquabella – February 2016


Could 35’ be the new 40’?! The attention we received on this great 2012 model Hanse 355 when listed on Pittwater was impressive. We fielded a very healthy level of enquiries from all over the country from sailors, largely very experienced, who were either stepping back from larger cruising boats or stepping up from day […]

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Lagoon 560 – Voahangy – February 2016


Lying in her new home of Manly, Brisbane “Voahangy” was purchased by a local businessman keen to explore the Pacific in his beautiful new and well cared for Lagoon 560. Enjoy Jon and Kate!

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Hanse 375 – Riff Raff – February 2016


One of Riff Raff’s new owners first outings on their new boat was at the Windcraft rally at Safety Beach this year. After a quick bit of training from the Jeremy in the Melbourne office they were good to go. They announced they would be back next year and couldn’t be happier with the boat […]

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Catalina 320 – Dream Keeper – February 2016


When we first inspected Dream Keeper, a very neat Catalina 320, we knew she wouldn’t last long on Sydney’s brokerage market. She’s been snapped up by experienced sailors Ian and Jenny who are getting back into the pastime they love after a few years on dry land. Welcome back to Yachting!

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