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The Pittwater Sail Expo - Award winning show for Vicsail

by Cheryl Stanton on 17 Mar 2014
Plenty on offer at the 3rd annual Club Marine Pittwater Sail Expo - photo by Damian Devine - Club Marine Pittwater Sail Expo 2014 Damian Devine
Sydney's Pittwater Sail Expo will be a big show for Vicsail's range of yachts. Every marque will be present and celebrated.

The lineup includes:

Beneteau.
The Long Awaited Oceanis 38—Awarded 2014 Yacht of the Year. Come decide for yourself: Is she a day sailor, weekender, or cruiser?

The ever popular Oceanis 45— 2012 Yacht of the Year.This particular Oceanis 45 uses the innovation of the Sense range transom and the volume of the Oceanis design.

The new flagship of the Lagoon catamarans, the Lagoon 52 will be making her first public appearance—The all-new designed catamaran takes innovation and apartment living to a new level. With its diamond-shaped vertical bows, bevelled hulls, its as if levitated deckhouse and tall rig, the Lagoon 52 is no ordinary catamaran, but its originality goes a great deal further than just its 'outer' appearance, or even its interior layout.

Vicsail will be introducing the Sly 43 to the public for the first time at the Pittwater Sail Expo. Determined by innovation and driven by Italian passion, the Sly Marine was established in 2005 with experts and professionals alike. The idea was clear: to create a new kind of sailing yacht, to be able to combine the thrill of speed with the pure comfort of cruising, with a special interest in the design. The Sly 43 is a prime example of this type of yacht.

We will be celebrating these beautiful yachts all weekend of March 22-23 at the Pittwater Sail Expo. No entry fee, bring the family and check out these award winning yachts.
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