Fiji Time: 7:18 AM on Monday 26 January

Fiji Times Logo

/ Front page / News

Boat show rakes in new clients

Maciu Malo
Monday, November 26, 2012

THE three-day Denarau Boat show held at the Denarau Marina in Nadi was hailed a great success with participants meeting many new clients and friends.

For renowned aluminium boat building company Bluewater Craft, the show enabled them to meet new clients which they believe would further boost their business.

Director of the Navua-based company Chris Tsantikos said the company built 25 boats per year making an average of $100 million from the sales.

He said the show had further boosted its reputation and he was happy with the exposure received by his company during the show.

"We have been operating in Fiji for the past 15 years and this is the first time we have come across such a worthy boat show," said Mr Tsantikos. "It was a very excellent show where we managed to make new contacts with people wanting to buy boats from our company."

"We are dealing mainly with resorts and divers but this show has opened our eyes to tap into other opportunities apart from these two markets," he said.

"In fact we have received lot of demands during the show which will be of great benefit to our company."





Fiji Times Front Page Thumbnail

Kaila Front Page ThumbnailFiji Times & Kaila Frontpage PDF Downloads

Use the free Acrobat Reader to view.

Today's Most Read Stories

  1. Court acquits senior lawman
  2. Police search for missing 17-year-old girl
  3. 65kg bust
  4. Society appoints new board
  5. Benefits crackdown
  6. MPs tour Europe
  7. Homes destroyed
  8. Help us with water and TELS
  9. Exhibition draws large crowd
  10. Multi-million dollar Port Denarau project in the pipeline

Top Stories this Week

  1. Murders that shocked the world Tuesday (20 Jan)
  2. Facebook comments Tuesday (20 Jan)
  3. Soldier's death shocks family Tuesday (20 Jan)
  4. Murder suspects in custody Monday (19 Jan)
  5. Breaking the silence Wednesday (21 Jan)
  6. Call for pay rise Monday (19 Jan)
  7. Missing women Monday (19 Jan)
  8. No payout for police Wednesday (21 Jan)
  9. 'No money' in 2004 Wednesday (21 Jan)
  10. Opposition challenges PM to walk the talk Friday (23 Jan)