A foundation exhibitor since the first event in 1989, Superior Jetties will be back at Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show this year with an array of products on display.
“SCIBS is our local show,” says Superior Group CEO John Hogan. “As a foundation exhibitor, Superior Jetties has a 28-year tradition of supporting SCIBS. Our brands align, we have access to the international customer base that SCIBS attracts, plus we are able to personally interface with all stakeholders at one place and time.
“This year we are investing all our resources in SCIBS and we are confident of a successful event.”
At its stand in the Superyacht & Marine Pavilion, Superior will have a display of the various components its uses in jetski docks, pontoons and marina construction, including The UMD (Ultimate Modular Dock) System. UMD is made of tough polyethylene, is durable, non-slip, UV resistant and will not deteriorate in a marine environment.
There will be an AV presentation showing the technical considerations in order to select the correct product. In addition, Superior personnel will be on hand to discuss projects with the public and trade.
A selection of the award winning Waterscape-branded furniture will be on show, doubling as a welcoming lounge for visitors and guests.
Designed for flexibility of use by residential or commercial operations, Waterscape modular furniture is ideal for around the pool, on a deck or boardwalk, at a marina entrance or inside. The Waterscape range of furniture is as aesthetic as it is functional. Manufactured using UV resistant rotomoulded polyethylene that is light- weight yet robust, Waterscape furniture can handle anything the elements throw at it. Pieces can be configured in a variety of arrangements with each piece clipping together with a nifty stainless steel bracket that can also be fixed into the base for public installations.
As well as Superior products and the Waterscape range of furniture, Superior will represent NautiBuoy Marine, the Dame award winner at METS from the UK. This innovative inflatable marine platform is multi-purpose as a stable temporary pontoon system, a sunbed, or a work platform to clean the hull.
On water, Superior has aligned with charter and brokerage firm, Northrop & Johnson Australia to create a Waterscape pontoon for VIP events adjacent to its luxury charter yacht display: the impressive 36m Sahana and 33m Corroboree, as well as the distinctive red-hulled Cresta 70 motor yacht which is for sale through N&J.
“The Waterscape will be the core of our stand and display as a relaxed meeting place for our clients to spend some time with us over drinks and canapes and discuss their yachting needs with us,” says N&J Australia director, Cameron Bray.
“We want to create an impactful display which stands out and demonstrates how like-minded brands can collaborate to raise the bar for a client experience. Waterscape is a unique, innovative concept, challenging design and focusing on the benefits to the end user. We feel this aligns perfectly with the N&J launch into Australia.
“Waterscape is doing things a little differently – just like us!”