Superior Jetties Giving Back To The Industry

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Superior Jetties in partnership with the Marina Industry Association participate in giving back to the community within the marine industry through the Marine Industry Foundation. Such as event fundraising evenings held around the country with Marine Industry attendees donating generously proving funds to support Sailability NSW & other charities dedicated to helping the disabled get on the water.

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Superior Industrial CNC Machining

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The Superior team has announced its expansion into the precision machining of profiled parts. With the arrival of our state of the art CNC Router and Cad/Cam package we are now capable of fulfilling all our customers “profiled parts” requirements in either engineering plastics or aluminium plate.

Examples range from wear pads, sprockets and gear segments to star-wheels, conveyor parts, lining and panels. Superior offer there CNC Router for hire at great rates, based in Arundel, Gold Coast Queensland (15 Minutes north of Surfers Paradise). This State of the art machine can handle many varieties of tasks to suit your business needs.

For more information on how we can help you contact Superior + 61 7 5594 8200, or click here

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Ironman Series 70 Metre Modular Dock

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CEO of Superior Group John Hogan talks this week about the purpose built structure for the recent iron man event on the Gold Coast and for the future events this will be used for. Made using our unique UMD modules the platform will then be wrapped in a special material to stop any injuries to the competitors in the event, it also features specifically located camera platforms for the media and a section for the swimmers to climb out of the water during the race.

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Superior Jetties – Educational Series – Fixed Structures – 1 of 5

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Join CEO John Hogan in the first of five videos of our educational series on what secures your waterfront infrastructure. These videos help give you an understanding of how floating structures can be secured in place at your waterfront property.

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Pontoons power Sanctuary Cove sales strategy

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To add momentum to the sales on the southern waterfront of its Sanctuary Point precinct, Mulpha devised a unique strategy: installing floating berths using Superiors proven Elite product.

“This build deal for 20 units allowed buyers to fast track their purchase with a differentiated offering from a standard bare block where the buyer has the berth to consider as well as all the decisions linked to home buying,” explains Superior CEO, John Hogan.

The pontoons installed were all at least 10m long allowing deep water direct access boating for vessels up to 14 metres.

Mulpha Sanctuary Cove general manager of sales, John Hughes said the decision to offer pontoons was a successful strategy to “accelerate construction on the southern waterfront”.

“It was a limited opportunity and worked very well. 31 lots of land sold in record time – just 18 months to two years, with international interest,” Hughes said. “Selling the lots complete with pontoons promoted the idyllic waterfront lifestyle for which Sanctuary Cove is renowned. It really got the market rolling on the southern waterfront and brought forward sales on the premium north-facing land on Sanctuary Point.”

The northern section of Sanctuary Point is deemed “Harbour 4”, which means it is deep and wide water, with closes access to the Broadwater, with land available from 600 to 1,000m².

Sanctuary Cove Pontoons at Sanctuary Cove Point

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Waterscape by Superior

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Waterscape™ by Superior is a floating platform system – pontoons, marinas and associated furniture – which provides the market with the first and only significant change in form in this arena for decades. No longer is the only option a utilitarian ‘floating box’ to which to moor a vessel. Waterscape is a visionary range which merges the product’s functional requirements with a contemporary visual language that connects with the user aesthetically. Visit www.water-scape.com or call 1300 798 318 for more information and your free brochure

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Value-adds keep and attract marina clients

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The major trend among successful marinas is to exceed customer expectations with value-added services such as complimentary coffee, the morning paper, reading lounge and other personalised touches.

In Fiji, Denarau Marina has introduced a fully-refurbished Sea Otter. Superseded as a tug, the vessel has been completely restored and refit by Nigel Skeggs and his team and is now working with a purpose-built winch adaption that now works through an A-frame to lift and service moorings.

At Abell Point Marina, Airlie Beach, North Queensland, the team has brought on a well-branded, dual-purpose boat that works as a Start Boat for Abell Point Yacht Club events, and as a Welcome vessel to meet boats and guide them to their berths.

That’s not all: visitors to Abell Point can expect the full VIP treatment which includes the option of chopper transfers from Proserpine and Hamilton Island airports to the marina’s helipad, or trips to the Islands. There’s an Abell Point courtesy car to pick up guests, provisions, or pop into the town of Airlie Beach. Marina clients can also organise provisions through the marina’s full-time dockhand.

“We are the local central agent for clients to discover the Hidden Gems of the Whitsunday Coast,” says Luke McCaul, Marketing and Business Development Manager. “We can connect them to everything, from medical services to the best restaurants, walks, points of interest, day trips to the Reef.”

Coming soon to Abell Point Marina, a 5-star restaurant that takes full advantage of the panoramic water views and is destined to become another major reason to visit.

Heli Taxi Robinson R66_Resize Abell Point Marina

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