Sunseeker West Country Rendezvous
PUBLISHED: 12:46 17 June 2011 | UPDATED: 19:34 20 February 2013
Sunseeker Torquay hosted their annual Sunseeker West Country Rendezvous last weekend at The Cary Arms, Babbacombe Bay.
Sunseeker Torquay hosted their annual Sunseeker West Country Rendezvous last weekend at The Cary Arms,BabbacombeBay.
The company enjoyed a wonderful weekend with their clients, guests and friends for a three-fold celebration: the opening of their new office at Torquay Marina; the arrival of one of the West Countrys luxurious boats: the Sunseeker Predator 60; and the appointment of new sales team member Jamie Coombes.
The weekend was one of good spirit, with champagne and canaps for the clients to enjoy. Working with Carrs Ferrari and Crystal Marine, the Sunseeker Torquay team entertained up to 100 guests.
Friday night consisted of champagne and canaps on the marina with a display of Ferrari cars and an introduction to the new Sunseeker team, which now consists ofTom Wills, Jamie Coombes and Don Tennet. The new team will head up all of the sales, brokerage and service for Sunseeker boat owners and non-Sunseeker boat owners in the West Country.
Saturday morning started with an air of excitement with the lead boat, aManhattan52, taking guests and VIPs to The Cary Arms,BabbacombeBayto enjoy a BBQ in theDevonshiresunshine. A further 15 Sunseeker boats followed from Torquay Marina to enjoy the event.
Tom Wills, Sales Director, Sunseeker Torquay commented, This weekend has been all about having a good time with our clients, friends and guests. We have a number of clients who travel a fair way to visit us here in Torquay so there is always a good excuse for a party!
The English Riviera Tourism Company, who were introduced to the Sunseeker team on Friday, acknowledge the importance of working in partnership with the maritime leisure industry.CarolynCusterson, CEO of theERTC, said Maritime leisure is a key part of our visitor experience and it is fantastic to see so many people utilising this special resource.