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Adventures During Pandemic

Axopar 28

It is no secret Eyachts Managing Director, Peter Hrones loves his Axopars. There is yet to be a time he has not owned one for himself.

However, there has never been a time Peter and the Hrones family have been more appreciative for their boat than over the last few months, using the boat 4-5 times a week at least.

Before you ask, yes NSW had boating restrictions but the use of watercraft for exercise was permitted.

List of pandemic approved activities to do on your Axopar…

  • Wakeboarding
  • Fishing
  • Paddle Boarding
  • Foil Boarding
  • Donuting
  • Wake Surfing
  • SurfSkiing
  • Kayaking
  • Mountain Biking

Additional activities…

  • On board picnic
  • Waterfront restaurant vehicle
  • Sunbathing in a quiet bay
  • Blowdrying your doggo
  • Dolphin/ seal/ whale spotting
“A lot of boats you can’t sleep on it or you can only fish on it and here we are doing 7 or 8 different things.” Says Hrones.

“This just goes to show how truly versatile these vessels are, they really can be used for everything.”

We are so excited that restrictions have now subsided in Australia and New Zealand and we can resume boating as usual. Make sure to get in touch if you want to start your on water adventures…

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