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Fishing Boats NZ Yamaha Dealership Announcement

Fishing Boats NZ Yamaha Dealership Announcement

1st December, 2013

Fishing Boats NZ Limited, New Zealand’s largest Surtees Dealer, are proud to announce that they are now an official Yamaha Outboard Dealership and Service Centre.

As Surtees is New Zealand’s most awarded trailer boat manufacturer, this new combination of marine resources looks to be a certain winner. Yamaha are well recognized as one of the World’s most respected and popular outboard motor brands.

Andrew Carlson, owner/operator of Fishing Boats NZ is well qualified to help you out with all your marine requirements as he has a wealth of boating knowledge and experience, having worked in the marine industry, here and abroad, for well over 15 years.

Service Manager, Rhys Sutton, is a vastly experienced marine technician with 9 years Yamaha service experience. In 2012, Rhys represented New Zealand at the Yamaha Oceania Technician Grand Prix. He brings a passion for boating, huge knowledge and expertise to the equation, including a long background of service with the NZ Coastguard.

The business has moved from Forrest Hill, to new premises at 120 Sunnybrae Rd, Glenfield (next to the VTNZ Testing Station) and is now fully operational from the new premises. They’re open 7.45am to 5.30pm Week days, Saturday & Sunday 9.00am till 3.00pm. Auckland boaties everywhere are welcome to pay Fishing Boats NZ a visit for all of their marine requirements.

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About Fishing Boats NZ (Formerly Family Boats North Shore.)
Located 120 Sunnybrae Rd, Glenfield, Auckland. Founded 2007, New Zealand’s largest Surtees Dealer & now a proud Yamaha Outboard Dealer & Service Centre. Offering a range of the best marine products on the market with expert, friendly and professional service to the New Zealand boating community.


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