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Dusseldorf Boot

Happy New Year! Why not escape the January blues and join us at Dusseldorf Intentional Boat Show – opening from 19/1/19 through to 27/1/19?

For many years Dusseldorf has been one of the biggest shows worldwide. If it floats (or sinks!) for the marine leisure market its likely to be represented at this HUGE event. Spread over 18 Halls with nearly 2000 exhibitors from all over the world there is lots to see.

There will be thirty three models of both sail and power craft across the ranges on the Jeanneau stands.

If you are thinking of visiting please let us know and we will make sure you are welcomed and get full access to the boats that interest you. We may also be able to supply you with complimentary passes.
During the Show Angus can be reached on 00 44 (0)7836 569074.

8 halls with nearly 200 exhibitors from all over the world there is lots to see.

December Sales!

December BRIG delivery to Argyll.

Yesterday evening our customer Graham MacQueen MBE DL took delivery of his new BRIG Navigator 485 and today he was using the boat out of Oban. Merry Christmas Graham!

New Stock

New into stock today! Stunning BRIG Eagle 650 with Suzuki DF 175, Lux Pack, Sports Pack, Garmin electronics, Fusion music and trailer. See the boat this weekend.

Boat Sales Weekend

Not long to go now until our annual Boat Sales Weekend. We have been running an event at Largs in October for more than 30 years and as always we will be focussed on Boat Sales and nothing else.

We will post our catalogue detailing the new and used sailing and powerboats on offer at Largs and Troon next week. Like us to be notified!

Fun Race

On Saturday we ran the 17th consecutive Euroyachts Jeanneau Fun Race. Fourteen Jeanneau yachts started the pursuit race to Colintraive off Largs Yacht haven in very light conditions. The wind almost died completely for the later starting, faster boats, enabling the Sun Rise 34 “Glorfinda”, the Sun Odyssey 40 DS “El Obied” and the Sun Odyssey 379 “Anne of Bookham” to build up a useful gap between them and faster boats. In the end however the excellently sailed Sun Fast 40 “Aztec” did just enough to pip “Glorfinda” on the shortened course finish line off Ardyne.

All of the boats motored to Colintraive for the traditional reception/prize giving at the Hotel. Thanks to all of the sailors, the SSI and CCC for start/finish respectively and to Patricia and her team at the Colintraive Hotel.

Some pictures follow (including one taken by Angus of another event taking place in close proximity to the Jeanneau fleet!).

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