Australia’s leading Superyacht organisation, Superyacht Australia will be showcasing the best of Australian brands at the 2014 Monaco Yacht Show. Superyacht Australia will also be promoting the second issue of the Superyacht Australia Magazine profiling the capability of the Australian Superyacht Industry and Australia & the South Pacific as an idyllic cruising destination offering first class service, quality refits, repairs and world class events.

Australian “Exporter of the Year” Muir Winches Australia will be present displaying their latest composite fibre housing for its range of horizontal anchor winches, described by Matthew Johnston, Managing Director to be “…revolutionary development that was well embraced by the boating fraternity, both domestically and globally.”

Australian companies present include awarding winning Rivergate Marina and Shipyard a premier refit and project management organisation in Australia and the South Pacific; Ocean Media with their unique luxury yachting publications. Hydrive; the leading supplier of Hydraulic Steering Equipment and Sam Sorgiovanni, a world-renowned Superyacht designer who has been recently included into the Australian Hall of Fame will be also present talking to prospective clients.

The newest exhibitors will include Arctic Steel; manufacturers of the highest quality stainless steel marine engine water strainers and Superior highlighting with their world class marina and jetties products. Superyacht Operating Systems will also debut at the show with their software that offers a great solution to the endless on board paperwork.

The Australian superyacht industry is set to have strong presence at this upcoming Monaco Yacht Show and again will be located in the Darse Norde tent at stand QD43.

Australia’s presence on the global stage is set to be significant over the coming months with an Australian Pavilion at the forthcoming Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show and METS.

Superyacht Australia is significantly lobbying Australian government to open their doors wider to the global Superyacht fleet.