About Splitscreen Limousines
People of all ages have an emotional response when they see these classic and iconic vehicles. They stop, smile, wave, take photos and give peace signs (and insist on telling their Kombi story.) They are a classic piece of sculpture and arguably the most visually appreciated car on the road and this one is 49 year old.
Inspiration for the colour scheme came from the deep ocean and the white water hence the name ‘Nautilus’. The nautical theme extends to the interior which resembles the inside of a yacht with polished woodwork and white vinyl. Perfect for beach weddings and perfectly at home in any setting.
Nautilus provides a unique and special addition to your wedding day. Experience the fun, love and freedom of the sixties and make your wedding day and your photographs a little bit different and special with Splitscreen Limousines.
Up till April 2015 Nautilus has provided trandport for 70 Weddings, 58 of those since September 2013.
Our driver has 48 years driving experience, has no demerit points and is the holder of NSW Roads & Maritime Service Private Hire Car Accreditation. Our driver is a volunteer driver for Mayflower Retirement Village for which a federal police check is required. Splitscreen Limousines has references from numerous prominent people available on request. We believe in providing you the best experience and making your day relaxed and happy one.
Splitscreen Limousines cares about your journey and comfort and we are committed to seeing all stops on the way to and from your wedding and reception flow as smoothly and seamlessly as possible.
What you get
- Bride & Groom Name Banners in Windscreens
- Face to Face Rear Seating for 7
- Removable Drinks Table
- Tissues & Wipes
- Driftwood Vanity Mirror
- Retro Eski with Complimentary Beverage Pack
- 2 x 1.5m Umbrellas
- Picnic basket with 6 Champagne flutes
- Champagne Service Table
- Porche Alloy Rims
- Kombi Shape Door Mat
- 3 meter Red Carpet
- Bluetooth Speakers
- Front Passenger Seat for 1
- White Tulle Bows with Rosettes