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Stabicraft and Webbe Marine – The Perferct Partnership

Stabicraft has appointed Webbe Marine in Kirrawee New South Wales as the sole dealer for the state of its range of aluminium positive buoyancy boats.

Stabicraft Marketing Manager Tim van Duyl says appointing Webbe Marine was a logical decision and the reputation of Managing Directors Gavan Daly and Ashley Faraj for going the extra mile with service was a major factor.

“Having been in business since 1971, Webbe Marine has established a reputation over the years as one of Australia’s most experienced and reputable marine dealerships and we are very pleased to have them representing the Stabicraft brand in New South Wales,” says van Duyl.

“Webbe Marine is a dedicated specialist dealer and we manufacture a specialist boat. The fit is a logical and exciting one. We feel the dedication Gavan and Ashley show the customer will work well with our product.”

Webbe Marine Managing Director Ashley Faraj says Webbe Marine is delighted to become part of the Stabicraft dealer network, saying it is a fantastic opportunity for the company to be able to offer its customers such a well respected and innovative brand of boat.

“It is very exciting for us to bring Stabicraft onboard. The initial level of interest and enquiry has already impressed us. We are excited about the future relationship with Stabicraft and the arrival of the popular Supercab, Fisher and Frontier models as well as some of Stabicraft’s soon to be released 2014 models,” says Faraj.

Webbe Marine’s first order is due to arrive mid-February. With one boat already spoken for and high interest in the remainder, customers should move fast. Their first public display will be at the up coming Home Bush Boat Show, March 15-16

Existing NSW Stabicraft customers can work with Webbe Marine immediately for any sales and support needs.

About Stabicraft Marine
Based in Invercargill at the bottom of New Zealand’s South Island, commonly known as the Roaring 40’s Stabicraft Marine pioneered positive buoyancy boats, producing its first rigid-hulled aluminium pontoon boat in 1987. Today, Stabicraft Marine is New Zealand’s largest trailer boat manufacturer, and boasts an extensive dealership network of 28 dealers around the world including Australia, New Zealand, North America and New Caledonia.
Stabicraft boats are designed and manufactured to stringent Coastguard-approved standards to comply with the New Zealand CPC program that was voluntarily introduced by manufacturers in 1997.