Help for boaties

MERIDIEN Marinas Horizon Shores is offering a lifeline to all boaties affected by the flood devastation.

Meridien Marinas announced all dry and wet berthing and shipyard hardstand fees have been reduced for new customers to the marina by 50% to help boat owners recover from the natural disaster.

“At this time of crisis, we are willing to offer a helping hand to the boating community, especially to those in need of a safe haven to rebuild and get their vessels back on the water as quickly as possible,” Meridien Marinas Horizon Shores Manager Craig Hannah said.

The Horizon Shores marina also offers a full range of services including; refuelling, mechanical services, 70 tonne travel lift, marine trimming, stainless steel and alloy fabrication, marine electrics, vessel salvaging and towing and anti-fouling. All vessel repairs are able to be done onsite.

Horizon Shores is located just 30 minutes from Brisbane and 20 minutes from the Gold Coast and is between Cabbage Tree Point and Jacobs Well on the broadwater.

For further information please call Meridien Marinas Horizon Shores on 1800 462 300.
 


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