18 Jun 2015

Looking to upgrade or fancy a spot of Mediterranean-style living?

We have two gorgeous craft up for grabs right now and available for viewing in Durban and Granger Bay marina. Don’t miss this opportunity for a first-hand look at luxury living on the water!

Sport Fishermen will be blown away by the Riviera 37 with twin diesel Volvo D6 (370 HP) engines - which comes complete with all the bells and whistles one needs for successful fishing far offshore!

Imagine being able to cruise away from Durban waters headed for the deep - without a care in the world. Certainly fuel won’t be an issue with her long-range tanks and you’ll easily reach Richards Bay - who knows, trolling along the way you could just get lucky with a big Marlin or Sailfish.

Boating World’s Wayne Barthus was delighted during his trip recently when a Marlin was hooked about halfway between Durban and the Zululand coast. From Richards Bay it’s a safe ride north towards Mozambique where the fishing is even better!

Owner Kim Labuscagne and his mates have spent loads of time on board and even enjoyed overnighting when the fishing has been irresistible. He’s a complete fan of her many features especially the comfortable cabins with shower and her stability even when the weather turns.

The Riviera 37 is fully equipped with a fighting chair, outiggers, rodholders, autopilot, a Radome Lowrance fishfinder/GPS and bow thruster to simplify backing up or negotiating tight moorings - to name but a few.

Or perhaps you’ll fall in love with the gorgeously spacious Fairline Targa 48 (at Granger Bay marina) with her free open-air feel? 

She’s breathtakingly elegant and enormous! Even so she’s 30% lighter than any counterpart this size and you’ll see just how much space she has. Her free-flowing social areas can take a whole crowd of 12 during the day – fabulous for entertaining.

Everyone will enjoy her outdoor appeal and the way she embraces the sun. If it gets too hot, a standard, electrically powered canvas roof overhead keeps the cockpit area shaded and airy.

She’s incredibly versatile with unbridled power waiting to burst away into open seas with blast of power at full throttle (capable of 435mhp each) - perfect for watersport action, getting there fast….. or simply for the sake of it!

Or you can tap back completely when exploring mysterious nooks and crannies along the coastline or simply shooting the breeze in the sun.

Take the kids and friends along for a weekend away! You’ll have loads of space in the two spacious cabins and if you need to sleep more people (usually six) - convert the spacious dinette into a third.

As for all the luggage and loose items, the Targa 48 has loads of storage space all over - under seating and in other areas.

Those suffering from cabin fever – can break away on the jet tender and when they’ve had enough – it can simply be hidden away in the integral garage. The submersible powered bathing platform is a great spot for casting a line or easy access in and out of the boat.