New Fibrafort stars at Boating Syndication display in Sydney
26 July 2016
Boating Syndication Australia will unveil its largest-ever display at the Sydney International Boat Show, starting on Thursday.
The highlight of the display will be the first on-water display in Australia of the Fibrafort F400 Gran Coupe - all the way from Brazil.
According to BSA's Andrew Young, the Fibrafort F400 is perhaps the best-built 40-foot cruisers since the Riviera M400 was released.
"She is a rocket," he says. "I brought her to Sydney Harbour from Brooklyn over the weekend and she accelerates incredibly well. She is capable of high speeds and reaches speed effortlessly.
"This is also a beautifully designed and equipped boat. There is every bell and whistle a luxury boat owner could want. The bathroom includes a separate shower stall, fully tiled. Most 40-footers on the market have what we call a 'wet head'. The shower is part of the bathroom and everything gets wet. Not on the Fibrafort."
The company will also display the first ever "mirror cruiser" seen in Australia - a Fairline Targa 58 with a chrome metallic wrapped hull.
"It took us two years to find someone in Australia who could undertake this project," says Young. "The result is stunning. The hull looks like a mirror. It looks like a stealth silver bullet on the water."
Other boats available for view at the BSA display include a Riviera 5000 Series II Sport Yacht, a Riviera M400 sports cruiser ("The most popular model in our fleet," says Young) and a Riviera 5800 Sport Yacht.
Shares in the Fibrafort F400 Gran Coupe are available at $69,000 each for a 10 percent share.
"At this price, we are expecting shares to sell very quickly," says Young. "She is new, she is different and very stylish."
The Fairline Targa 58 is being offered at $139,000 for one eighth share, the Riviera 5000 Sport Yacht at $137,500 for a one-eighth share and the Riviera 5800 Sport Yacht at $420,000 for a 20 percent share.
"We also have shares available in another Riviera 5800 at $210,000 for a 10 percent share," says Young. "This boat will not be on our display but is a sister to the display boat."
Young says all syndication owners share in the cost of ownership and maintenance. The only additions are the fuel each owner uses while out on the water.
"Each owner receives their share of the value of the boat when it is sold at the end of the syndication term, so this is incredible cost-effective luxury boating," he says. "There is no exit fee through BSA.
"BSA is the only boat share company that will guarantee fixed ongoings and a minimum of 60 percent return when the boat is sold at the end of the syndication period."
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BSA "blown away" by success at Sanctuary Cove
May 27, 2015
Boating Syndication Australia is "blown away" by the results from last week's Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.
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BSA tastes a success at 2013 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show
28 May, 2013
Well the weather was surely on our side at the recent SCIBS. Many boating enthusiasts inspected the beautiful Fairline Targa 58 and the Riviera M360 throughout the show and we have received considerable interest and new owners sign up on both vessels. We also enjoyed catching up with some of our Queensland owners at the show enjoying some champagne and nibbles.
Images: (Left) the Riviera M360 on display (Right) BSA staff with QLD BSA syndication owners
Sparkling Fairline shines at Boating Syndication SCIBS display
4 April, 2013 - Yacht & Boat
A luxurious Fairline Targa 58 will be the centrepiece of the on-water display for Boating Syndication Australia at the 2013 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show in May.
New to the fast-expanding BSA fleet, the Fairline is a large sports cruiser brimming with innovative features.
The company will also display its Riviera M360 sports cruiser, based on the Gold Coast Broadwater.
Andy Young, Managing Director of BSA, said the Fairline “is hugely unconventional in design. The forward cabin, for example, has the ambience of a hotel room on the water. The usable space in this cabin simply defies convention. It is this type of thinking that continues throughout the boat.”
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Event! - 17 March, 2013
On the 17th March boating enthusiasts as well as leisure enthusiasts attended our event at The Spit to hear about our new business launch and to also inspect the new upcoming syndications. Owners were enthusiastic to hear about the new business venture, an Australia First. Motorhome syndication! Read about the concept here: www.mhsyndication.com.au. We had over 70 visitors which was a remarkable turn up given the high winds on the day. It was great to see our owners.
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BSA shares the fun with two displays at Gold Coast Marine Expo
30 October, 2012 - Yacht & Boat
Innovative boat share company Boating Syndication Australia (BSA) will have two separate on-water displays at the upcoming Gold Coast marine Expo.
The company will have its shining Belize 52 Hardtop on the Riviera marina while a family fun Riviera M360 sport cruiser is available for view and shares within the Gold Coast City Marina complex.
“We want to give visitors to the Expo as much opportunity as possible to inspect our options and talk with our team,” said BSA Managing Director Andy Young.
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Boating Syndications best ever Sydney Boat Show!
14 August 2012 - Marine Business News
.BSA recorded its best result ever at last week at the Sydney International Boat Show, with a whopping 21 shares sold in the Riveria M400 sport cruisers alone.
"The entire demographic changed for us at this show" Andy said, "We don't expect to make sales on weekends but this year they were our two best days. Families are shaking off the gloom and want to get value for their boating".
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BSA celebrates arrival of the new Belize
18 June, 2012
With luxury yacht syndicators eager to see the new Belize at the Sanctuary Cove boat show, BSA Managing Director Andy Young felt it only appropriate to christen the 52 foot luxury motor yacht on display with the owners aboard with a champagne & canapé celebration.
"I'm delighted to welcome so many of our new Gold Coast owners on board" said Young. "It is a great start to our business expanding north to Queensland". The new Belize will be berthed at Marina Mirage at the southern end of the Gold Coast Broadwater. Andy said shares in the boat are now fully sold.
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Syndicators get the luxury treatment as BSA adds a second Belize motor yacht
22 May 2012
Due to extraordinary popularity of the previous Belize order, Andy Young BSA Managing Director has declared a second Belize on the way.
Also adding to luxury line-up at BSA Andy has also ordered the new Riviera M400 which offers the best in outdoor entertainment you can get on a luxury yacht of this style - 'Our initial M400 sold out so quickly" said Young.
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Sanctuary Cove Boat Show and the Riviera Festival and Boat Show
20 May 2012
Get up to speed on the latest developments in all things boating, see the latest models. We're especially excited to join Riviera owners across Australia in welcoming the Riviera 75 Enclosed Flybridge making its official world debut.
It's going to be one for the ages! While you're on this page, check out our remaining boat share options. Enquire quickly to avoid disappointment as our remaining boat shares are fast disappearing!
See you at the boat show.
New courtesy bus for Boating Syndication owners
Innovative luxury boating company Boating Syndication Australian (BSA) has introduced a new service for clients – a courtesy vehicle to save time and cost in car parking.
BSA’s Andy Young said the new service is already being well received by clients.
The people mover can carry up to eight passengers so it offers owners the chance to extend the service to friends as well as immediate family.
“It takes much of the stress out of a day’s boating,” said Andy. “Getting a car park around any of Sydney’s marinas is difficult at the best of times. Now our clients simply make a quick phone call and we are there to pick them up.”
He said the new service also means an owner can now relax and share a few drinks with friends as soon as they return to the marina instead of waiting until they arrive home.
“It makes the time out on the water even more of a pleasure,” said Andy. “Of course, a skipper can’t drink while out on the water, but the day becomes even more pleasant if they can relax as soon as they are back in dock at the end of the day.”
BSA has a fleet of seven boats in Sydney, based at The Spit in Mosman and at Rushcutters Bay close to the city centre.
February 2011 BSA launches a Riviera M400 at The Spit on behalf of its owners.
BSA unveils the latest luxury cruisers in its fleet to Sydney clients
13 November 2011
BSA’s Andy Young and his team introduced the exciting new 52-foot Belize Motoryacht to owners at a party held at the d’Albora Marina in Mosman on Sunday, October 30.
The party was the first chance for David and Sandy Libling to see their new acquisition. They bought two of the available 10 shares on the boat sight unseen and are delighted.
From left - open day party of Belize 52 - David, Sandy & Andy at the helm of the new Belize 52
“The finish and thoughtfulness that have gone into the boat are exceptional,” said David. He had looked over a number of the BSA offerings but was looking for something that would exactly suit his family’s needs.
“We were looking closely at another brand but Andy asked us to wait to see the Belize. He showed us layout plans and convinced us,” said David.
From left - Andrew Hardy new owner at the helm of his new vessel - BSA owners on the bow of the boat
Sandy loves the seamless indoor-outdoor atmosphere. Sitting on the lounge on the wide aft deck she said: “It all comes together, from the galley to this deck. It is as if there is no door at all.”
Andrew Hardy brought his young children to view the new boat and they were as excited as their father.
“The boat combines a feeling of both classic and modern in a very effective way,” he said. “We love the interior design with its European textures and colours. She is unique.”
For Peter Lumsdaine, the BSA business model is important.
“Andy is someone I can trust,” said Peter. “The concept is particularly good for people getting into boating. Andy and his team have a strong focus on training and support. He is always available with tips to help make our boating easier or to get us out of trouble if needed.”
David and Sandy agreed that the BSA syndication model is attractive.
“The booking system is incredibly flexible,” said David. “If we book a few days and then can’t take them, we can swap with other owners. Some booking systems lock you in so you often waste booked days.”
Paul Sifis met the BSA team at this year’s Sydney international Boat Show this year.
From elft - Belize launch and Paul Sifis, new owner of Belize 52 at the helm.
“I was looking for new boat but didn’t have a lot to spend,” said Paul. “Then Andy explained how the syndication system works. He showed us drawings of the Belize and I was sold. The model of shared ownership works so well. I get a lot more boat and share the costs. All you need is a bit of a flexible attitude.”
The new Belize – yet to be named by her proud owners – joins a fleet of Riviera, Princess, Clipper and Azimut luxury boats in BSA’s berths at the d’Albora marina in Mosman.