by Dom Wiseman

Sundance Marine will present a line up of leading international powerboats at the 2018 Melbourne International Boat Show. A range of boats from the Beneteau powerboat range and the Italian Invictus range will be on display.

Beneteau will have the  Barracuda 8 on display. It features an modular cockpit allowing multiple uses from entertaining to fishing. With a large starboard walkway she’s easy to move about too. You can option up with the new fishing station, sliding seat options and more.  The Barracuda 7 will be alongside her.


The Antares 7 is the ultimate in reliability and comfort. This boat is the first to arrive in Australia after her recent design update.  It is is ideal for enjoying short coastal cruising. At the core of the range are safety, simplicity and liveability making it perfect for Port Phillip Bay and surrounding waterways. This has been a very popular model for families. You’ll also see her big sister, the Antares 8 on display.

The real start will be the Beneteau Antares 36. This boat has been designed with cruising top of mind. It is both spacious and light filled with  2 double berths. Powered by a Volvo D4 260hp diesel engine you have the on water performance you need.

Invictus 280TTThe Invictus range was launched at last years show with the Italian boats gaining quite a bit of attention. Created for pure enjoyment on the water, these stylish day-boats bring European design flair and real value with performance and usability throughout . Prices start from around $99,000. Their performance is proven and with a layout that’s comfortable and sea worthy, summer days on Port Phillip have never been more memorable.

Leading the way, the Australian premier of the Invictus 280SX is for those looking for a distinctive and unique vessel to enjoy with family and friends. The exceptional finish combines with an impressive on-water performance, her 350hp engine makes for unforgettable days on the water. See her along side the Invictus 280TT and 240FX.

Sundance Marine are located at stand D10.