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Multihull Solutions expects crowds at Sunshine Coast Marine Festival

by Kim Elkington on 8 Nov 2011
The Multihull Solutions at Mooloolaba Marina, home to the inaugural Sunshine Coast Marine Festival 2011 Multihull Solutions http://www.multihullsolutions.com.au/
Industry leader Multihull Solutions expects big crowds for its Open Weekend at the inaugural Sunshine Coast Marine Festival on 19 & 20 November.

Incorporating the first ever Sunshine Coast Sailing Expo, the event will be a spectacular weekend showcasing a comprehensive range of multihulls and other sail and power craft.

Located at the Mooloolaba Marina and Yacht Club, the festival is the result of public and industry demand for a quality Sunshine Coast event that caters for the strong regional interest in boating and water-based recreation.

For the duration of the event Multihull Solutions will open its office, based at the Mooloolaba Marina, to visitors who are interested in new or pre-owned multihulls from the world’s leading brands.

The company will be exhibiting the Summerland 40 and Cumberland 46 Trawler power catamarans, the Mahe 36 and Lipari 41 sailing catamarans by Fountaine Pajot, as well as a great range of quality pre-owned brokerage multihulls.

Serving refreshments from its modern office, the entire Multihull Solutions team will be available to discuss all multihull-related matters, including sales (new and pre-owned), charter investment programs, buying offshore and much more.

Multihull Solutions managing director Mark Elkington said the festival will be an exciting opportunity for Sunshine Coast residents and visitors to see a huge range of multihulls and other watercraft in one convenient location.

'The Sunshine Coast is a mecca for boating and many exclusive representatives of the world’s top products are located right here on the coast,' Mark said.

'The inaugural Sunshine Coast Marine Festival brings more than 25 brands of boat together in one place to give visitors a chance to see the world of choice they have right on their doorstep,' he said.

'Of course, with our comprehensive range of new and pre-owned multihulls for sale in Mooloolaba Marina, Multihull Solutions offers a veritable year-round boat show.'

As well as multihulls, the festival will showcase a broad range of offshore fishing boats, tinnies, fibreglass boats, engines, PWC's, marine electronics, accessories and much more.

Experts from the boating and fishing industries will be giving talks and demonstrations throughout the weekend, and kids will be entertained with a host of activities. Entry to the Sunshine Coast Marine Festival costs $5 per adult while children under 14 are free.

To book an exclusive VIP tour of selected Multihull Solutions boats on display in Mooloolaba, please contact 1300 855 338 or email info@multihullsolutions.com.au.

For more information please contact Multihull Solutions or visit the Sunshine Coast Marine Festival website at www.marinefestivals.com.au
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