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New models on display at Hillarys and Pittwater Boat Shows

by Kate Elkington on 4 Mar 2013
Multihull Solutions will be unveiling the new Fountaine Pajot Hélia 44 at the 2013 Hillarys Boat Show from 15-17 March. Multihull Solutions © http://www.multihullsolutions.com.au/
Multihull Solutions will be showcasing two new models on opposite sides of the country in March.

The beautiful new Fountaine Pajot Hélia 44 will be on display at the Hillarys Boat Show in Western Australia from 15-17 March, while on the east coast the Fountaine Pajot Sanya 57 will be showcased at the Pittwater Sail Expo from 16-17 March.

The highly acclaimed Hélia 44 has only just arrived in Australia and visitors to the Hillarys Boat Show will be the first to experience the catamaran. With its name derived from the Greek term for ‘ray of light’, the Hélia 44 delivers impressive offshore performance, optimal safety and ease of handling, and it looks set to become the company's most popular model yet.

Orders have already been so strong that there are only two Hélia 44's left for ex-factory delivery in 2013, and only four available for delivery into Australia or New Zealand before May 2014.

At the Pittwater Sail Expo, the Sanya 57 from Fountaine Pajot’s prestigious Flagship range will be on display to impress visitors with its unique, contemporary design and construction strategically tailored for ocean cruising and unforgettably luxurious family holidays.

The Sanya 57 on display is Multihull Solutions’ company demonstrator. This Sanya 57 is offered for sale at a significantly reduced price, providing an exciting opportunity for astute buyers.

Full boat show details can be found at www.hillarysboatshow.com.au and www.rpayc.com.au/pittwater-sail-expo. Guided tours of the Hélia 44 at the Hillarys Boat Show can be arranged by contacting Rachel@multihullsolutions.com.au, and tours of the Sanya 57 at the Pittwater Sail Expo can be arranged by contacting mark@multihullsolutions.com.au
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