Where to Find the Most Expensive Boats at the Sydney International Boat Show

Ferretti Group is supplying a luxury lineup.

By Terry Christodoulou 25/07/2019

The 2019 Sydney International Boat Showis back with Ray White Marine boasting the largest on-water luxury European yacht display at the show. This year’s line-up features three Australian firsts, including the $12.5 Million Riva Domino 88’Super, the ever-popular Ferretti 550 Hardtop and the stealthy Technohull 45 OMEGA, built for commercial charter.

These three debuts will be complemented by the Ferretti 850, Itama 45s sports cruiser and entry level Ferretti 450 flybridge.

“This is the largest & most expensive display we have ever showcased at the Sydney International Boat Show representing both Ferretti Group & Technohull brands’ says Ray White Marine sales director Brock Rodwell.

“The luxury yacht firm has experienced a record breaking 12 months with an abundance of new vessel orders for Australia. This year we are extremely excited to showcase the most valuable vessel at the show, our stunning Riva 88’ Domino Super.”

This month Ferretti Group launched the largest Riva Yacht built to date, the mammoth 50-metre Superyacht ‘Race’. To celebrate, Ray White Marine will be hosting an exclusive 150-person black tie event on the Saturday evening of the show for their VIP owners.

“We really enjoy celebrating the show and catching up with clients at our annual VIP night, the atmosphere is amazing and this year we have a big announcement to make during the night in relation to our overseas expansion” says Rodwell.

The Sydney International Boat Show runs from the 1-5 of August at Darling Harbour. to view all the Ferretti Group and Technohull vessel range, find out where they’ll be located at the link below.

www.sydneyboatshow.com.au

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