Queensland Staff Profile
MEET OUR STAFF
Meet Rowan McMahon and the newest member of our team, Harry Kloots. If you are located in Queensland these are your go too guys, don’t be afraid to drop by the show room at K05 Building, 1 Boat Works Drive, Coomera, we currently have a number of Axopars on display.
QUEENSLAND BRANCH MANAGER
With a superyacht Captain’s background, Rowan has spent his career dealing with all aspects of boat ownership. From choosing the right boat, as owner’s representative during the build process, to managing after-sales service and maintaining vessels to an impeccable standard, Rowan has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the marine industry.
With a passion for cruising the Queensland coast, especially the Whitsundays, Rowan is a perfect fit as the Eyachts Queensland Branch Manager.
QLD COMMISSIONING SERVICE SUPPORT
Having grown up on the river at Tweed Heads, Harry developed a strong passion for everything on the water. He can often be found on the water most weekends, whether it be fishing, out on the jet ski, in the water diving or surfing. Whilst completing university, Harry started working casually with Eyachts commissioning boats, as a photoshoot assistant and working boat shows. After completing a Bachelor of Commerce and Finance, Harry decided to continue a career in the marine industry instead and has taken on the QLD Group Commissioning and Service Support role.
LATEST FROM THEBLOG
The Axopar 22 is incredibly easy to drive and manoeuvre, the boat’s stepped hull means it’s also very stable at a variety of speeds and conditions. Eyachts and VesselTec have been a pleasure to deal with.”
– Stephen and Raina
The first of many Axopar 22 T-Tops just arrived in Australia so we test drove the model and Joe discusses his first impressions on the new design.
The Axopar 22 has just won three major awards in two months. Not since 2016 has a major boat-builder won three such important, independent awards in such quick succession, for the same hull, and at that time it was for the equally ground-breaking Axopar 28, not long after it first launched.