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Whitsunday Multihull Rendezvous - just around the corner

by Multihull Solutions/Sail-World Cruising on 17 Jul 2013
Multihull Rendezvous in the Whitsundays SW
The Whitsunday Multihull Rendezvous is just around the corner and it is shaping up to be the biggest and best event yet. Following are some more details for you and your sailing community.

The roaring success of last year’s Whitsunday Multihull Rendezvous has seen entries flooding in for the 2013 event. From 2-8 September, the picturesque Whitsunday islands will again be claimed by a fleet of multihulls.

With the primary objective of having fun and enjoying great sailing, the Whitsunday Multihull Rendezvous is Australia’s most relaxed and popular multihull cruising event. The event is run as a true cruising rally through the Whitsunday islands with frequent stops for unforgettable social functions, exploring and relaxing.

Private or charter multihulls - large and small - are welcome to enter. If you do not own a multihull or relocating your own to the Whitsundays is not practical, why not consider chartering from one of the many Whitsunday charter operators to join this fun-filled event.


Interest in this year's Whitsunday Rendezvous has exceeded our expectations. Numbers are limited and places are filling fast, so please do not delay if you or your friends are wanting to enter.

And if it's time for you and your crew to explore further afield, Mariner Boating is offering two exciting international multihull rallies. One rally takes place in the Mediterranean while the other is set in the stunning Caribbean, plus there is a special offer for anyone who mentions 'Multihull Solutions' in their international rally enquiry.

In New Zealand? That's nothing! - It's very warm in the Whitsundays in September, flights are simple, easy to arrange and, these days, inexpensive!

For more information, go to the www.multihullsolutions.com.au!website, or, if in Australia please contact Rachel on 1300 855 338.

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