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Everyone likes a little Chase

27 Nov 2009

Everyone likes a little Chase Image

By Alison Kinkade

Docklands is home to many boats, but this exquisite yacht is in a class of it own.

Chase III has been docked in the NewQuay marina for the past five months and interest in the 77 ft long boat does not seem to be wavering.

Worth almost $4 million, The Dyna 77 Laguna model owned by Melbourne Boat Sales and Dynacraft Australia is equivalent to a five-star hotel penthouse.

The stylish yacht, which requires three people to operate it, features accommodation for 10 with ensuites and has the ability to carry up to 30 people.  

Yet the sophisticated features of the yacht do not impact on its speed with the boat being able to reach 28 knots.

Owner of Melbourne Boat Sales, Lee Vitiello describes the typical buyer this boat attracts: “It may be someone who’s a little bit eccentric or may be someone who’s just very successful at what they do,” he said.

Chase III is a demonstrator for Melbourne Boat Sales and buyers who view the boat can customise their own purchase.

Mr Vitiello believes that customers will thoroughly enjoy their experience with Melbourne Boat Sales. “We’re really adamant about making it a good journey. We don’t just sell you a boat in three days and that’s it.

We continue to work with you and help you,” he said.

Dynacraft is an international company and Melbourne Boat Sales is the only Dynacraft dealership in Australia.

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