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Incredible opportunity to land exceptional Cumberland 44

by Kim McKee on 23 Oct 2011
Valelevu Multihull Solutions http://www.multihullsolutions.com.au/
Multihull Solutions has just announced one of the most exciting brokerage listings of the year with a superb 2007 Cumberland 44 power catamaran in ‘as new’ condition and comprehensively outfitted.

The Cumberland 44, Valelevu is arguably one of the finest pre-owned Cumberland 44’s currently for sale on the world market. With a 2007 retail price of AUD$1,485,000, all offers are now being invited to purchase the catamaran at well below her original value with owners’ circumstances forcing an urgent sale.

The catamaran has been maintained to the highest standards and has had minimal use by her sole owners. Immaculately presented, Valelevu would suit a new boat buyer who recognises value and quality.

With absolutely no expenditure required, the Cumberland 44 is comprehensively optioned with everything needed for long range, coastal or blue-water cruising.

The catamaran has a remarkable array of customised additions including hard top bimini over the flybridge and extended transom steps to match Trawler’s successive model, the Cumberland 46. Other extras include Stazo Marinedeck 2000 to external decks and stairs, handmade Queensland beech 6-seat upstairs dining table, custom upholstered outdoor seating, LG washer / dry combo, cockpit 6 seater table, watermaker, generator, blue / white underwater LED lighting - and much more.



The Cumberland 44 not only offers exceptional range (1000 miles at 7 knots / 400 miles at 20 knots) and outstanding sea worthiness, but the Trawler is renowned for its incomparable space (three decks totalling 120m2), style and comfort.

Offers close October 28, 2011.


For information or Inspections and sea trials of Valelevu in Mooloolaba (Queensland) can be arranged for genuine buyers by contacting Mark Elkington at Multihull Solutions on 07 5452 5164 ,emailing mark@multihullsolutions.com.au or visiting the website at www.multihullsolutions.com.au.

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