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Mega Waves at Mega Multi, new Outremer on display, and more

by Multihull Central on 29 Apr 2014
Multihull Central
We might be coming up to winter but things at Multihull Central are just starting to heat up! We have a jam packed issue for you this month with lots of new photos, videos and information about our great boats.

Video three in our 'Beginners Guide to Sailing a Catamaran' has been released and is available on our website, plus we have the latest photos of the Outremer 45 in construction in France.

The Seawind Sailing School is back again with another course and we are also welcoming a new brand to our 'Performance Cruising' range with arrival of a Corsair in Queensland!

Of course we also have some great new exclusive listings and massive price cuts on just some of our current stock.

See below for details....

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Mega Surf and the Mega Multihull Central Regatta
Multihull Central's Brent Vaughan tries some big wave surfing on board a Turissimo 9 for the 18th Annual Mega Multihull regatta on Sydney's Botany Bay. Read more

Sanctuary Cove Boat Show
22-25 March

Multihull Central will have a huge display this year at Sanctuary Cove with Seawind, Outremer and Corsair on display not to mention our full team with all the latest on the Seawind 1160 Read more

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Latest Outremer 45 - Photos
Outremer Yachting has sent over the latest photos of the first Outremer 45. Stay up to date with the latest photos and news from the factory when you register your interest. Read more

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Corsair Dash 750 MKII on display
Multihull Central is excited to announce we are the new QLD dealers for Corsair Trimarans. We will have a brand new Dash 750MKII on display at Sanctuary Cove that is available for immediate delivery! Read more

Beginners Guide DVD Video three 'Using a Spinnaker'
Video three on the Beginners Guide to Catamaran Sailing DVD is 'Using a Spinnaker', now available for viewing or if you would like to receive a copy of the DVD simply. For more






Outremer 49 - Available to view
We have a late model Outremer 49 currently available for viewing at the Multihull Central Marina in Sydney. The vessel will be heading up the coast for the Sanctuary Cove show and will available for viewing. (brent@multihullcentral.com)




Seawind Sailing School 31 May-1 June - Seawind 1250
The Seawind Sailing School has proven to be a huge success the next course is now taking bookings. With only four spots left you'll need to get in quick! For more






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Featured listing: Spirited 380 new!
This is a fantastic opportunity to own a brand new Spirited 380 that has been built to impeccable standards of quality with an infinite amount of attention to detail. For more

We need more boats to sell!
Multihull central has had unprecedented sales in 2013, selling 20 used multihulls of all makes and models! This means we need more boats to sell! If you're thinking about selling your current multihull, drop us a line and speak to one of our team for a free valuation and to find out about the Multihull Central Advantage Program. This might be the perfect opportunity to upgrade to your dream boat! For more




Latest Listings FP Belize Lagoon Chamberlin Seawind Perry Crowther 36

Price Lightwave Seawind Seawind Farrier Simpson Prout 9
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