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Aus Kiwis team up to attract yachts

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Australia and New Zealand have agreed to discuss a concerted approach to the way the superyacht industry charters, cruises and works in the region, including marketing both countries as a destination, and increasing the number of visiting superyachts for both cruising and refit and repair.


The first of the mandates is to increase international yachting industry awareness of cruising within the South Pacific.


Another initiative is to share statistics regarding visiting superyachts, including where they have come from and where they are going. In doing so, both countries will be able to offer tangible reasons to their respective governments for superyacht-friendly legislation.

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