Surtees Factory Summer Pop Up Opens in Mount Maunganui

Surtees Factory Summer Pop Up Opens in Mount Maunganui

Surtees Boats showcase key models from its award-winning range at new summer pop up site in boating mecca – Tauranga, Bay of Plenty.

Surtees Boats have made it even easier for Bay of Plenty customers to view and demonstrate models from its range, with a new Factory Summer Pop Up site in Mount Maunganui, Tauranga. The popular new location along Hewletts Road allows customers to easily drop in, meet the team and view a range of models from the hugely capable 495 Workmate, to the mighty 750 Game Fisher.

Surtees staff will be on hand to talk about customer requirements and highlight key Surtees SiQ features unique to the Surtees boat range. With a pedigree of building award winning fishing craft, Surtees boats have been handmade in the Bay of Plenty since 1993. Surtees HQ is the New Zealand dealer for – Bay of Plenty, Waikato, Eastern and Central areas.

Conveniently located along Hewletts Road, Mount Maunganui, The Surtees Factory Summer Pop Up will be open through until March 2018. With Tauranga being a mecca for boaties and fisherman, Bay of Plenty customers can now easily find out why Surtees Boats are Built to Fish!

Surtees models on display include – 495 Workmate, 575 Workmate Hardtop, 610 Game Fisher, 650 Game Fisher and the 750 Game Fisher Enclosed (2016/17 Fishing & Adventure show boat).

Sales & Marketing Coordinator James Kayam said ‘Surtees Boats live up to their reputation for being the ultimate fishing craft with recent awards across New Zealand and Australia. We are delighted to bring Surtees Boats to Tauranga with a range of key models on display and available to demo. It’s now even easier for Bay of Plenty customers to experience the Surtees Boats difference with the Factory Summer Pop Up in Tauranga and Surtees HQ in Whakatane’.

Surtees Factory Summer Pop Up 121 Hewletts Rd, Mount Maunganui, Tauranga 3116

Opening Times Monday – Closed Tuesday – 9am to 5pm Wednesday – 9am to 5pm Thursday – 9am to 5pm Friday – 9am to 5pm Saturday – 10am to 3pm Sundays – Closed


07 November 2017

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