Multihull Display Day last Saturday at Multihull Central Marina
by Brent Vaughan on 4 Apr 2013
On 6th of April 10 catamarans of six world famous brands were displayed in one location at the Multihull Central marina, as part of the Multihull Display Day on Sydney Harbour. If you missed it contact Brent Vaughan at Multihull Central to see them before they disband
Ricochet Multihull Central
The incredible custom designed 47ft Ricochet was featured at the display, along with nine other catamarans. Ricochet was a concept design collaboration between Farrier, Murray Burns Dovell, Azzura Yachts and Burley Katon Halliday architects. Nicknamed the 'Silver Bullet', this cat features beautiful lines and a striking silver metallic paint job, while the fitout has incredible attention to detail. From the carbon fiber heads, to a rotating mast, this cat enjoys both form and function boasting superb sailing attributes.
Other cats on display included:
• Seawind 1000
• Seawind 1160
• Seawind 1250 XPAC
• Fountaine Pajot Belize 43
• Lightwave 45
• Crowther 54 custom
• Crowther 40 Spindrift
• Venturer 3650 powercat
The new Seawind 1250 Platinum Trans-Pacific (XPAC) showcased Seawind’s flagship model, with all of the extras for long range cruising and luxury liveaboard with the most comprehensive package of standard features on any production cat including a watermaker, washing machine, full Raymarine electronics and much more. The Seawind 1250 'Cattyshack' is also available to hire on Sydney Harbour through Multihull Central.
The Multihull Display Day ran all day on 6th April at the Multihull Central Marina located at Lot 4 Chapman Road, Annandale. The Multihull Central marina is a purpose built modern floating marina, designed especially to cater for the extra width of multihulls and is located very close to the city and public transport. Casual and long term marina berthing is also available on regular rates and discounted rates for customers who purchase boats through Multihull Central.
Multhiull Central website
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