Barry 2019-09-23

Maritimo, is preparing for its largest Auckland On Water Boat Show exhibit, with a range of new vessels for the annual event.

Maritimo will display models from its’ M-Series and X-Series range’s which are both in high demand in New Zealand with orders out into late 2020. New Zealand has largely been one of Maritimo’s most successful markets due to the functionality of Maritimo vessels suited to the country’s diverse coastal conditions and boating culture.

The Auckland On Water Boat Show follows successful exhibitions in Sanctuary Cove and Sydney, where Maritimo has continued to exceed company growth targets on the back of premiere model releases and product design upgrades.

Maritimo CEO Garth Corbitt said: "The Maritimo X-Series Sport Coupe’s continue to gather international exposure and recognition for their unique aft cabin layout design and shaft driven performance, with New Zealand X-Series orders continuing to build”.

 “The Maritimo M-Series enclosed flybridge motoryachts, renowned for their ocean going engineering prowess and design functionality were perfect for New Zealand waters”.

Maritimo has engrained the fully enclosed climate controlled flybridge with internal staircase access into its product identity with a design that creates a totally unique boating experience. The latest M51 and M59 designs have undergone major exterior transformations along with interior refinements from previous editions.  

"The Maritimo M-Series range forms the foundation of product from our brand, with a loyal customer base being its finest endorsement with owner’s continually awestruck by the ride, comfort and performance of Maritimo’s flybridge models in any conditions," he said.

Maritimo's Australasian sales manager, Ormonde Britton, said he expects the Auckland On Water Boat Show to further add to the momentum of Maritimo in recent times.

Britton said the healthy New Zealand economy and the fact that Maritimo buyers could have their boats delivered across the Tasman under their own power, saving approximately 50 percent on usual shipping costs,  were positives.

An exciting drawcard to the Maritimo display at Auckland On Water Boat Show will be the interest drawn to new custom build division ‘Maritimo One’.
The new custom division within Maritimo’s $15 million facility expansion has already seen a surge of enquiry from New Zealand in relation to sport fishing and expedition customization to existing M-Series models.

Britton said there are a number of customised M-Series models, including an M72, and M59 with sport cockpit and flybridge modifications, spec’d out for offshore fishing destined for New Zealand since the launch of Maritimo One.

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