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Join Multihull Solutions for the Multihull Open Day, 1 March

by Multihull Solutions on 25 Feb 2014
Multihull Solutions – Open Day at Gold Coast Sales Centre Multihull Solutions http://www.multihullsolutions.com.au/
Interested in owning a catamaran? Queensland's Gold Coast is the place to be. The team at Multihull Solutions is busy preparing for the Multihull Open Day on Saturday 1 March at our Gold Coast Sales Centre, home of the 'Out-of-Water Boat Show'.

We have a comprehensive range of both new and pre-owned vessels for you to view, both in and out of the water, along with a sausage sizzle, cold and hot drinks and various presentations throughout the day. The complementary presentations will focus on new boat manufacturers, highlighting the differences in design, construction and other features of the prestigious brands we represent. Make sure to book in with Patrick below as numbers are limited.

A number of multihulls will be reduced on the day and sold to the best near offer!

Browse and compare an extensive range of new and pre-owned sail and power multihulls from a wide range of manufacturers including Lagoon, Fountaine Pajot, Seawind, Leopard, Grainger, Schionning, Waller, Catana, Fusion, Chincogan, plus many more. Brand new models on display will include the Lipari 41 Evolution and Sanya 57 by Fountaine Pajot plus the speedy Catana 42 Carbon Infusion.

It’s a great opportunity to meet our team and receive advice and information on any aspect of owning, buying, selling or enjoying multihulls.
Date: Saturday 1 March 2014
Venue: Multihull Solutions Gold Coast Sales Centre, The Boat Works, 1 Boat Works Drive, Coomera, QLD, 4209
Time: 10.00am to 3.00pm.
Price: Free!

Patrick will take you through the construction and design philosophies of various boat yards, highlighting differences and answering any questions you may have along the way. Along with the brands listed below, there will also be representatives from NEEL Trimarans and TAG yachts available on the day.

More at http://www.multihullsolutions.com.au/pre-owned-multihulls/multihull-open-day
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