INTEGRITY NEWS & EVENTS
Have you got emergency flares on board which are expired or close to expiring? NSW Transport has a program for you to return expired flares safely and responsibly. With collection points up and down the NSW coastline over the coming months, it should be a simple process to dispose of any expired flares you have onboard.
There is nothing quite like getting out on the boat with your nearest and dearest. It is the great Australian past time. Yet as regulations and equipment update and change, it is important owners and captains keep abreast of the latest. Now the Boating Industry Association (BIA) in Australia is assisting with their latest website.
This month two new owners were welcomed into the Integrity Motor Yachts family. One destined to be based in Lake Macquarie and spending her time cruising Northern NSW and Queensland and the other heading for the port of Townsville. The new owners join a fraternity of more than 100 other Integrity owners across Australia who delight in the concept of slow and economical cruising in comfort. We welcome them to the Integrity family and wish them many happy days onboard.
The latest Integrity Motor Yacht new builds have just been discharged in the Port of Brisbane and are currently going through pre-delivery for their new owners. The popular 460SX and classic 380 Sedan were safely shipped to Australia and launched into the Brisbane River before heading down to the Gold Coast for commissioning and hand over.
When Integrity Motor Yachts were launched into the Australian market years ago, the selected home base was Sanctuary Cove. Although the design and build quality have always lent itself to the Australian boating lifestyle, it is most evident in the range’s popularity with Queenslanders. As time has passed and the group has developed, the beating heart of Integrity can still be found in Sanctuary Cove.
Over a number of years, Integrity Boats Australia, as the distributor of these fine motor yachts, has forged a strong working relationship with the builder, JiangHua Marine in Guangzhou, China. Now more than ever, that strong relationship is enabling new Integrity Motor Yachts to roll out of production, despite a global pandemic and International tension it’s caused.
It has been a busy week of shipping for Integrity Motor Yachts this week. As the team in Australia was receiving two new yachts, the new Integrity 440 Sedan was carefully loaded onto a ship in China. This Classic 440 Sedan is hull number 20, and the first Integrity fitted with a Nanni N6 285hp power plant and is headed to Australia to her expectant owners. More updates to come so follow us on Instagram for updates.
As we prepare for the Integrity Rendezvous to Moreton Bay, we thought we would whet your appetite with Days Gutter. Located on the south eastern side of Moreton Island, it is paradise known only to locals and oysters.
Calling all Integrity owners!
We have just announced an Integrity Moreton Bay Getaway taking in the very best anchorages. The six-day itinerary stretches from the Gold Coast’s Broadwater up to Moreton Island and is all about meeting fellow Integrity owners and having fun, but with the benefit of the Integrity Sanctuary Cove Team being your hosts and the navigating done by our lead skipper.
A long-time friend of the Integrity family, Lee Randall has formally joined the team as a Business Development Manager. His decades of experience as a competitive sailor, broker and owner’s representative make him an ideal person to work on the expansion of Integrity Motor Yachts.
We have previously reported on the imminent installation of a Nanni N6 Diesel engines into a new Integrity under construction. Nanni Diesel engines are now an option in every new Integrity model, and we are pleased to announce the first Nanni Diesel engine installation in a new Integrity 440 Sedan.