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We are thrilled to welcome new owners of the Integrity 320 Express called Stressbuster!
The new owners bought their Integrity at Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show in May and will berth her on the waterfront in Southport. Custom features include a rooftop tender and davit, barbeque, baitboard, plus genset, aircon and electronics. It’s the ideal cruiser for the Gold Coast Broadwater, and beyond if they wish to.
The experienced owners say they were “looking for something that was comfortable and stable on the Broadwater, given the myriad of powerboats chopping up the waterways, and with features more slow boat than speed”.
They were planning to travel to the US for a holiday and hoped to inspect boats which they’d had their eye on for a while. A spur of the moment decision compelled them to attend the Sanctuary Cove Boat Show.
At the boat show, they inspected various brands, but it was on their last circuit of the marina they spotted the Integrity 320. “We thought that looks like a very big 32-footer and curiosity took us back. We were met by [dealer] Adam Workman and he invited us aboard.
“The boat was roomy and not cluttered and had an exceptionally good lower sleeping area with facilities that were separated with good head room and light. We spend many months of the year in a luxury motorhome in the US so for us, a boat had to have some comfort and appeal to consider. We spent some time aboard, Adam telling us he could probably get us a good deal on that particular boat, it was on show to be sold and it had features normally optional extras.”
The couple headed off to lunch to discuss their impressions of the Integrity 320 and decided to proceed with the deal.
“We asked Adam for a long settlement time since we would be away for eight weeks after the boat show. Our offer and terms were accepted and we are now the proud owners of Stressbuster.”
The Southport-based couple is looking forward to using their beautiful Integrity on weekdays when the Broadwater is not so hectic, “Perhaps venturing further north, probably letting my mind wander to a larger vessel in retirement and spending more time on the water somewhere and less time at work.”