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Dun Laoghaire Harbour yacht broker MGM Boats offers a used Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 469 at € 229,000 inc VAT.

In 2014, a stunning Sun Odyssey 469 yacht was commissioned, featuring top-of-the-line specifications that are sure to impress any boating enthusiast. The vessel comes complete with Docking 360 joystick manoeuvring control, electric primary and halyard winches, in-mast furling, full teak decks, and a full electronics suite from Raymarine. The yacht's twin touch control plotters at the helm, digital radar, and autopilot system make navigation a breeze.

The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 469 offers a luxurious and spacious three-cabin (two-head) layout, with the master cabin located forward. The interior is equipped with forced air heating and free-standing stools, providing comfortable seating for up to eight people around the saloon table.

Outside, the yacht's sleek design and uncluttered deck offer ample space for movement and relaxation. The flush hatches and well-placed shrouds make it easy for the crew to move around, while the port and starboard gates provide convenient access for boarding.

The furling main and furling head sail add to the yacht's short-hand manageability, with the primary winches located within reach of the helm positions. Additionally, all lines are lead aft via underdeck channels, making sail handling and reefing a breeze.

Overall, this Sun Odyssey 469 is an exceptional vessel that combines comfort and luxury with ease of use and performance. It's no surprise that it has become a popular choice for boaters around the world.

Read the full listing and more photos on the MGM Boats website here

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#mgmboats – Irish yacht and boat sales firm MGM Boats have opened a new brokerage and sales office in Meditteranaean island of Malta, a popular boating destination.

The Dun Laoghaire based fim which has European bases in Portugal and the UK  has sold a number of Brokerage boats into Malta over the past couple of years and according to MGM director Martin Salmon, the company sees 'great opportunities for development in this popular boating area in the near future'. This new venture is in co-operation with the BH Group who currently distribute the Sunseeker and Sessa brands in Malta.

The offices are located in Portomaso Marina in St Julians. The head of brokerage Tim Plail is now actively promoting our brokerage services and growing the MGM Boats brokerage listings.

MGM Boats currently have over 320 Brokerage boats for sale and these are berthed in a wide variance of locations throughout Europe.  The new Malta office contact details are: 

MGM Boats Malta
The Quay
Portomaso Marina
St Julians
Tel: +356 21 385678
Email: [email protected]

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John McDonald is the newest addition to the MGM Boats sales team.

A qualified ABYA broker and a keen sailor on the South Coast McDonald joins Alan Barton in MGM's Kinsale office.

McDonald's role is to 'strengthen the MGM Boats Brand on the South and West coast of Ireland and build on our new and used boat sales division' according to Managing director Gerry Salmon.

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#boatsales – Irish boat sales have hit an all time low so top Irish boat firm MGM Boats Ltd is exploring new markets abroad. The go-ahead firm with bases in Dublin, Cork and Belfast and also in Hamble on the English south coast is exhibiting at this weekend's Channel Island's boat show in Jersey.

The firm's Mark White and Alan Barton are on hand with the popular Scandnavian Aquador motorboat range.  MGM are exhibiting the Aquador 25 and new Aquador 32 models in Jersey.

The firm also recently exhibted in Stockholm and Miami, Florida.

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#mgmboats – Go ahead Irish yacht brokerage firm MGM Boats Ltd of Dun Laoghaire are exhibiting this weekend at the Stockholm Boat Show in Sweden.

Irish boat firm MGM Boats Ltd is marketing 300 brokerage craft valued at €50m at world boat shows over the Spring season.

The leading Irish marine firm is the Sunseeker, Jeanneau and Aquador agent in Ireland and has had a winter tour of the world's boat shows at Paris, London and Dusseldorf.

The main thrust of the firm's activity is the marketing of Ireland's largest brokerage listing in Ireland.

In the last 12 months, MGM has also travelled to many other foreign markets including Dubai, Finland, Siberia and Moscow as well as the more common European yachting centres in France, Spain, Portugal, Italy and the Balearic Islands.

The firm is also making a push on the Lagoon 39 catamaran, a brand new model from the French manufacturer. 'Live aboard cruising is a growth area on big catamarans' says the firm's Ross O'Leary who was on the Lagoon stand at the Paris and Dusseldorf shows.

The Swedish show opens tomorrow and runs until Sunday 10th. The firm's Joe Hill is working the first part of the week, Martin Salmon doing mid week with brother Gerry finishing next weekend.

The show opens Monday - Friday*, 12 noon - 8 pm and Saturday - Sunday, 10 am - 6 pm. More details here

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