SOMETIMES YOU DON’T NEED A DESTINATION…

SYDNEY SUNSET ADVENTURE

Have you ever just looked outside, over the ocean and the sunset is particularly beautiful?

Or have you ever just craved nature, to be outdoors, to smell the salty air?

The answers for us are yes, yes and yes and that is exactly what drove the team on this particular adventure.

It was just before 5pm and the team were at the Spit ready to wrap up the day and join Friday afternoon drinks when pink filled the sky. One of our co-workers Claire had never been out on an Axopar and we had booked the Axopar 28 for the afternoon. This was the perfect opportunity to get the wind in my hair I thought…

All we did was duck around the corner into the harbour at full speed with the music blaring but sometimes that is all you need…

Returning with messy hair and smiles ear to ear, it is clear that a little bit of salty air and Axopar time feeds the soul.

Here is what Claire had to say about her first Axopar experience…

“A little anxiety crept in when I hopped aboard for what was about to come – I have little experience on the water, but the anxiety swiftly melted away when I realised Axopar is built for speed and fun.  Boy what a ride… such an exhilarating and thrilling experience!  I can safely say it was one of my best moments on the Harbour in an exceptionally long time.

Simply put, I loved it!

Thanks team for giving me a spin…. When can I go again???”

IMAGINE THE EXPERIENCE

Lagoon 42 Event

Lagoon 42 Event

WHAT: Lagoon 42 “Just Dance”
WHEN: November 12-14
WHERE: COCKLE BAY WHARF, SYDNEY

New Lagoon 42 Sneak Peak

New Lagoon 42 Sneak Peak

To celebrate the arrival of the new Cobli Lagoon 42, John Cowpe hopped aboard the sister ship, detailing some of the main options to get existed about and to show off the interior and exterior upholstery and wood.

Lagoon 42 Key Features

Lagoon 42 Key Features

The Lagoon 42, “Spaceboy” is part of Cobli our syndication company – her 3-year program sees the vessel in the Whitsundays for 3 months over the winter.

Team members sailed from Tweed to Sydney to deliver the boat to its owners for summer.