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Seawind at Sydney Boat Show

by .. on 21 Jul 2009
The Award Winning Seawind 1160 - Seawind at Sydney Boat Show Seawind Catamarans www.seawindcats.com
Seawind Catamarans are looking forward to an exciting Sydney Boat Show with a brand new Seawind 1000XL and Seawind 1160 on display located in berths 57 & 58 of the marina at Darling Harbour (near Pyrmont Bridge).

The latest 35ft Seawind 1000XL that will be on display has a luxurious fitout featuring the Flexiteak flooring through the cockpit and transom steps, which is complemented by the new E-Leather upholstery. The Seawind 1000XL is Australia’s most popular and successful production yacht and is ideal for Australia’s climate and conditions.

A FREE DVD will be available at the boat show featuring a seminar given by Russell Wallace who recently completed a circumnavigation of Australia onboard his Seawind 1000.

A newly launched 38ft Seawind 1160 will also be on show with a comprehensive fitout for extended live aboard cruising, including the latest in Raymarine navigation electronics. The Seawind 1160 is one of the worlds most awarded catamarans having won Australia’s Best Sailboat in 2005 and the Best Multihull of the USA and Most Innovative Sailboat of the USA in 2007.

There are currently three Seawind 1160’s circling the globe including an American couple crossing the Pacific.

Both designs are in demand from Australian charter fleets, with a 50% Investment Allowance available for eligible small business customers with a turnover under $2 million.

There are very few vacancies however left in the Whitsundays due to limited charter permits so this opportunity will soon run out. Be sure to visit the Seawind stand and pick up a FREE DVD with information on charter boat investments.

More information is available at www.seawindcats.com
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