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Multihull Solutions to showcase catamarans at 2011 Fremantle Boat Show

by Kate Elkington on 20 Jan 2011
The new Mahe 36 Evolution by Fountaine Pajot on display at the Fremantle Boat Show Multihull Solutions © http://www.multihullsolutions.com.au/
Multihull Solutions will present two of the world’s most popular sailing catamarans at the 2011 Fremantle Boat Show from 18-20 February - the Fountaine Pajot’s new Mahe 36 Evolution and Lipari 41.

From stand 100 and 101, Multihull Solutions will showcase Fountaine Pajot’s new Mahe 36 Evolution and Lipari 41. Representatives for Catana, Sunreef Yachts and Trawler power catamarans will also be on the stand to provide details on their range.

Mark Elkington of Multihull Solutions said he expected strong interest in multihulls at this year’s event.

'More and more people are appreciating the comfort, safety and performance benefits of multihulls, and we are able to showcase the world’s leading brands,' he said.

'In addition, there are some tax deductions available to many businesses and individuals who are operating these catamarans in charter fleets. Multihull Solutions has a limited number of placements available in charter fleets for 2011 and 2012 delivery,' he said.

Multihull Solutions has also received strong interest from West Australian miners who recognise the value in living aboard a boat in a marina rather than paying the high cost of rental housing.

'Living aboard your own catamaran not only provides a fantastic lifestyle, but offers significant savings to those in the mining industry who face extremely high costs of living,' Mark said.

Further information, appointments and test sails can be arranged by contacting Multihull Solutions on 07 5452 5164, emailing info@multihullsolutions.com.au or visiting the website at www.multihullsolutions.com.au
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