Deep V in the ‘Big V’
  |  First Published: May 2007

Deep V luxury sportfishing vessels are now available in the southern half of the country through exclusive Victorian agent Aussie Boat Sales.

Based in Williamstown, Aussie Boat Sales is located at The Anchorage Marina – a 100+ berth, state-of-the-art facility with adjoining restaurant – which provides the perfect opportunity for prospective customers to inspect and test the vessels.

Aussie Boat Sales’ Scott O’Hare said he was confident the Deep V range would sell exceptionally well throughout Victoria and Tasmania.

“Australian made for the oceans of the world, all Deep V flybridge vessels and express cruisers are manufactured to exacting standards that exceed the demands of even the most discerning boaters,” Mr O’Hare said.

“With our input, the new Deep V 280 and 310 SE (Express), in particular, have been designed specifically for use in and around Melbourne, Hobart and waterways such as the Gippsland Lakes and Tamar River.

“Powered by a single sterndrive engine, the hull design ensures power and performance when heading out fishing, while a bow thruster provides ease of manoeuvrability when docking at waterside restaurants for lunch or dinner.

“With a spacious cabin layout featuring two double berths, full-size shower / toilet, large galley, separate dinette and other homely comforts, leisurely day trips will turn into enjoyable weekends away.”

Other models in the Deep V range will appeal to anglers chasing southern bluefin tuna off the southwest Victorian coastline and marlin off Tasmania’s northeast coast, doubling up as exceptional family cruisers.

In addition to Deep V, Aussie Boat Sales is an agent for Maritimo luxury cruisers, Delphia Yachts, Chaparral sportsboats, Mustang Pleasure Boats and Honda Marine.

For further information contact Aussie Boat Sales on (03) 9397 6977 or visit: aussieboatsales.com.au


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