Swan Super Lines and Hurricane join forces

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The new Sanctuary Cove Boat Sales team (l-r) Paul Atallah, Grant Flanagan, Brett Flanagan, and Ian Swan.
The new Sanctuary Cove Boat Sales team (l-r) Paul Atallah, Grant Flanagan, Brett Flanagan, and Ian Swan.

New partnership will be known as Sanctuary Cove Boat Sales.

Two Sanctuary Cove-based brokerages, Swan Super Lines and Hurricane Boats Australia, have joined forces in a formal partnership which will be known as Sanctuary Cove Boat Sales.

Swan Super Lines (SSL) will become an extension arm of Sanctuary Cove Boat Sales (SCBS) with director Ian Swan teaming up with brothers Brett and Grant Flanagan and Paul Atallah of Hurricane Boats Australia based at Sanctuary Cove Marina.

Together, SSL and SCBS will offer access to a wide network of marine professionals, including yacht brokers Colin Cox, Ian Jefferson, captains, crew and marine services, repair and maintenance experts, graphic designers, marketing, media and online specialists.

“With Sanctuary Cove Boat Sales, we have formed a mega-marine consultancy that caters to all facets of boating,” said Ian Swan. “Over the years, we have worked together on many projects, including new boats, brokerage, charter and custom-builds, and this new arrangement cements our alliance.”

Brett Flanagan said the partnership represents “a fantastic opportunity for clients of both SSL and SCBS”.

“Boaties, whether buying or selling, can rely on our expertise to find the right boat at the right price,” he said. “We attend international yacht shows and have the world’s top brands at our fingertips, as well as the expertise and experience to oversee custom builds anywhere in the world.”

SSL brings with it an international network comprising Benetti Yachts, Intrepid boats from the US, Stilecatalini superyacht tenders and day boats, and Lloyd Ships for new builds as well as brands such as Horizon, Sunseeker and Princess.

Brett and Grant Flanagan have extensive experience in boat building and sales, especially with the Intrepid Motor Yacht brand. Currently, along with Brett’s son-in-law, Paul Atallah, they are directors of Hurricane Boats Australia specialising in pontoon and deck boats as well as new brands such as Focus and Powerplay which will be brought under the umbrella of Sanctuary Cove Boat Sales.

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