Rayglass Boats will be displaying their range of popular GRP cruisers and Protector RIBs in a floating display at the Auckland On Water Boat Show in the Viaduct Harbour on October 3-6.
The display, alongside the iconic Headquarters restaurant, will showcase the 11.5m Rayglass 3500, the multi-award-winning Legend 2500 and Legend 2800 powerboats and two brand new Protector models.
Rayglass sales director Scott Little says the on-water display will give the public the chance to experience the boats in their natural environment.
“People will be able to really appreciate all of the vessels’ features and innovations — and imagine themselves enjoying life at their favourite anchorage.”
The undoubted star of the Rayglass display will be the company’s incredibly successful 3500. A top selling 11.5m cruiser with a 3.8m beam, the luxurious 3500 is often described as a beach house on the sea and an adventurous alternative to a bach. Its spacious interior boasts a full galley, plenty of space to entertain and two warm, full head height, spacious cabins comfortably able to sleep up to 4 people (with accommodation for two more in the saloon).
Other features include an expansive swim platform (great for lounging, filleting fish or barbecuing); a protective overhanging hardtop that provides both shade and shelter to the cockpit when entertaining and a true feeling of spaciousness as the indoor and outdoor areas flow seamlessly together.
The Rayglass on water display can be found throughout the show on the south side of Viaduct Harbour, close to Customs Street West and Headquarters restaurant.
For more information, please contact:
Rayglass Boats Ltd
Phone: (09) 573-7979.
Note to editors:
Based on the water’s edge in Auckland, New Zealand, Rayglass today employs over 60 people in three state of the art manufacturing facilities and is one of New Zealand’s most successful marine businesses, both at home and internationally.
In addition to the multi award winning Legend series of GRP powerboats, the company also manufactures internationally renowned Protector range of patrol, work and pleasure RIBs and the highly innovative Pro Jet (the world’s first commercially manufactured PWC powered RIB).