Chaparral Boats has a history of new boat launches in Australia and next month’s Melbourne show is no exception with the first showing of the all new Chaparral 23 Surf.
This new salt water surf boat is the sixth in the series which now covers a range from the entry level 21 H2o surf through to the world’s biggest surf boat, the premium 29 SSx Surf.
Complete with Malibu Surf Gate, Mediallion 2 surf computer, ballast, Volvo fwd facing drives and Chaparral's unique reverse cut hull design, the surf series has been a big hit for those looking to make the most of living close to the bay and enjoying salt water boating, but still have a serious surf boat.
The local Chaparral dealer, Aussie Boat Sales in Williamstown, will also exhibit other models at this year’s show, including Suncoast, SSX, H2o and sister brand Robalo fishing platforms; with a combination of outboards, inboards, forward facing drives and multiple deck options.
Scott O’Hare from Aussie Boat Sales said, "Melbourne Boat Show is always our biggest show of the year, as the Chaparral and Robalo importer it is our local show and we pull out all of the stops to make sure we have good variety with a cross section of models and sizes, aimed at giving buyers the best possible chance to work out what will suit them best."
O’Hare also alluded to the fact that ABS will be offering hot deals on stock boats with unbeatable BMT prices and free extras. They also have some great used and demo options available for pre or post show inspection.
Founded in 1965 Chaparral has a solid reputation worldwide for innovation, quality and performance, they offer a massive range of salt water oriented sports boats with outboard, inboard and jet power, and own sister brand Robalo; offering a well respected serious fishing boat range with centre consoles, bay boats and dual console (bowriders) from 15 to 32 feet.
For more information go to www.chaparralboats.com or www.robalo.com or call ABS on (03) 9397-6977 or Visit the Aussie Boat Sales stand at E14 at the Melbourne Boat Show which runs from June 13th to 16th at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.
Go to www.melbourneinternationalboatshow.com.au for more info or ticket sales.