After a pandemic-forced hiatus, the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show is returning and Whitehaven Motor Yachts will be there eagerly waiting to catch up with our owners existing and new.
Taking up a prominent position on E/F Arm adjacent to the Promenade, Whitehaven Motor Yachts will be exhibiting alongside sister brands, Integrity Motor Yachts and Aquila Australia. The centre piece of the display will be the impressive Whitehaven 6000 Flybridge Motor Yacht.
The tri-deck motor yacht has a three-cabin layout below freeing the main deck for entertainment and spacious galley. The fully enclosed flybridge has panoramic visibility whilst the transom opens to a full tender garage. The craftmanship of its interior and strength of its construction makes the Whitehaven 6000 Flybridge a great starting point for those looking to build a yacht specific to their requirements and lifestyle.
The Whitehaven 6000 Flybridge’s big sister is the 7000 Flybridge and the first build named ‘Komotion’ will also be on display. This yacht is the flagship of the Whitehaven fleet and although almost 10 years old, still cuts a fine silhouette attracting much attention when she regularly cruises up the Australian east coast. In 2020, she underwent a refresh which will see her through the next decade as one of the most envied motor yachts.
“Whitehaven owners come to us because they are specific about what they want in their next boat. As we offer flexibility from the most basic and cost effective builds to fully bespoke custom builds, we can accommodate what other production manufactures cannot. So the Whitehaven 6000 and 7000 Flybridge we will have on display reflect their owner and requirements. These yachts will ignite ideas, suggestions and begin a journey which will result in a luxury motor yacht specific to you,” explains Whitehaven Motor Yachts’ cofounder and Managing Director, Bruce Scott.
To book your private viewing of either the Whitehaven 6000 or 7000 Flybridge at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, contact the team today to avoid disappointment.