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Sail and Trail Festival 2017 – A Luxury Affair

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  • Dec 05 2017 13:05About: 7 days ago
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Yachtshare hosted a VIP Evening inaugural Sail & Trail Festival at Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron (RQYS) on Saturday 18th November 2017.

The festival showcased yachts and a diverse range of luxury lifestyle experiences in collaboration with The Luxury Network brand partners including Adagold Luxe luxury aviation services, Bird In Hand fine wine tasting, Brookwater Golf and Country Club mini putt putt, Electronic Living’s Bang & Olufsen’s latest audio technology, Mitchell Fine Art’s indigenous artwork, Mitchell Ogilvie’s menswear, Palmer’s Coaches decked out super-coach, Xennox Diamonds’ Pink Argyle diamonds on display, and Yachtshare.

Some of guests preferred art hung on the wall, others on a clothes rack, others around their neck and wrist. Others preferred to travel by sea, road or air. No matter what the guests tastes and preferred mode of transport, there was something for everyone.

VIP guests were also treated a high-end fashion show from lifestyle ladies wear, smart casual menswear, men’s business suits and ladies who are planning on their big wedding day.

These evening ended on a high note. Stay tuned for 2018!



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