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The Sydney International Boat Show is over for another year!

Monday, 28 August 2017

 

 

 

1pm Workshop for trimming your sails and making your multihull perform

3pm Briefing at Multihull Central Marina

4pm Fun Race 1 around Sydney Harbour

7pm Wood Fired Pizza and trivia night - BYO Grog!

9pm Screening of Be sailing this summer!  The new Corsair 760 is available for delivery this Spring in time for the entire sailing season. Call today to learn about out Summer Sailing Special. 02-9810 5014.

The launch of the Seawind 1600, Sydney Regatta, Charter Boat master class, used boats for sale and much more ....SEAbbatical Short Film Festival

8am Breakfast

10am Fun Race 2 around Sydney Harbour

12noon - 3pm Raft up (as in picture) for a ‘dine around’ lunch on the boats and swim in the harbour creating the largest ever catamaran raft up! Dine around on the boats for a different meal course on each boat

4pm Fun Race 3 around Sydney Harbour

7pm Hawaiian Lual dinner, live Polynesian music and dancing.

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 Cathy,

 It is always has such a frantic lead up, especially with our Seawind 1260 making a late entrance on the Friday evening of the show.....and then in the blink of an eye, it's over.  We had some great weather though, met a lot of interesting people and secured four boat sales so we are happy.

Prior to the boat show we hit new benchmarks here at Multihull Central.  We commissioned four new boats in four weeks (a Seawind 1160 Lite, a Seawind 1160 Resort,, a Seawind 1260 and an Aquila 36).  They are all now with their new owners and a big shout out to our fantastic commissioning team - we couldn't have done it without you!

It's been a run of four - four sales, four new boats commissioned in four weeks - phew!

The incredible new Seawind 1600 has just been launched and currently open for test sails out of Singapore the week of August 31st- September 3rd.  If you are interested in a test, please contact Brent Vaughan 0418 670 751 or email brent@multihullcentral.com.

Production will be limited to only 2 boats per year on this new production line, so don't wait if you are interested in one of the hottest new catamarans in the world right now. 

Now we are looking forward to the remainder of the year with hosting a Charter Boat Cruising Master Class on Saturday September 9th, our Multihull Central Regatta in Sydney on October 27th & 28th.  Be sure to read more below and sign up for our events.  We can't do them without you!

Spring is just around the corner, and we are looking forward to seeing you out on the water.

The Multihull Central Team

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SAIL THE SEAWIND 1600 BEFORE IT SHIPS TO EUROPE!

If you are interested in a test, please contact Brent Vaughan 0418 670 751 or email brent@multihullcentral.com.

 

Seawind 1600 interior

Seawind 1600 interior

 

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MEDIA RELEASE

‘Hands Across the Blue’ for Prostate Cancer

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- SICYC (Shag Islet Cruising Yacht Club) ‘Vice Commodore’ Rendezvous 2017
- Cape Gloucester Eco Resort, Hideaway Bay, Whitsundays, Queensland
- Saturday 27 August 2016
- 10.30 - 11:00am

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- For imagery contact Wasp NQ – Adrian Plahn 0428 829 483
- For media enquiries contact Joscelyn O’Keefe – joscelyn@abellpointmarina.com, 0488 049 087

MEDIA RELEASE:

This weekend the Shag Islet Cruising Yacht Club will host their annual rendezvous in Gloucester Passage, Whitsundays, Queensland. With over 1000 boaties, all Vice Commodores of their own special part of the world, joined together for a weekend of festivities and to raise money for the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia.

Founded in 2009, the Shag Islet Cruising Yacht Club now has 5739 members from over 17 countries around the world. This not-for-profit organisation is the brain child of Ken & Rhonda Thackerey and was born with the intention of creating a social network for cruising yachties. Due to its popularity and rapid member expansion, this group of boaties then expanded their purpose to raise much-needed funds for prostate cancer research. In the last 8 years, they have raised over $500,000 for the PCFA, with records figures of over $100,000 being predicted for this year’s event.

A significant activity at the 2017 SICYC Rendezvous is “HANDS ACROSS THE BLUE” for Prostate Cancer. This stunning spectacle took place in the shallows off the beach of Cape Gloucester Eco Resort on Saturday 26 August at 11am.

During this event attending yachties from 205 vessels gather in their dinghies on the water holding “hands across the Blue” in the shape of the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) logo.  The intention of this event is to create awareness of Prostate Cancer, and to establish this as an activity which may take place in boating, fishing, skiing and surfing communities each year on the last Saturday of August.

The rendezvous is made possible every year with the generous contributions of sponsors, major sponsors include Abell Point Marina, Oceanic Marine Risks, Quantam Sails, Charter Yachts Australia, Hogs Breath Café, Gold Coast City Marina and Fish D’vine. The special guest at the event this year was Hon Peter Dutton the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection. In addition to Peter Dutton, PCFA’s representative was distinguished professor Judith Clements AC. In 2015, Judith was awarded Companion of the Order of Australia on the Queen’s Birthday honours list, being recognised for her outstanding contribution to the field of biomedical research, particularly prostate cancer. Judith will be supported at the event by her colleague professor Adrian Herington. Other VIP guests, who enjoyed the ‘hands across the blue’ from the deck of the vessel MV Norseman were Mayor Andrew Wilcox, Jason Costigan MP, Paul Darrouzet (owner Abell Point Marina) and Ken & Rhonda Thackerey (SICYC Founders).

With 205 vessels in attendance this year, this four-day event was once again deemed a resounding success by members of the SICYC, some of which have travelled from overseas to participate in the event. The festivities included a ‘meet and greet’ featuring the Supreme Dreams, the Shag Islet island party, ‘What were you wearing when the boat went down’ themed party on the Saturday night with a superb fireworks display, as well as ‘pirate treasure’ – auctions/ raffles being distributed throughout the weekend, with the festivities wrapping up with a Pirate Party farewell lunch on Sunday.

Bringing like-minded boaties together in the paradise of the Whitsunday Islands, this popular event kept up to its promise of a vibrant, colorful four days of frivolity and fun for a great cause.

Read more at the official Shag Islet Cruising Yacht Club website - https://www.sicyc.com.au

 

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Kind Regards

 

Joscelyn O’Keefe | Marketing & Business Development Manager

Abell Point Marina

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Charter Boat Masterclass

Charter boat Master Class

Charter Boat Investment Masterclass

Here at Multihull Central, we are big believers in not waiting until retirement before you are ready to go cruising. We have seen too many dreams disappear prematurely due to ill health or other circumstances.

So take this opportunity to understand why dozens of business owners and professionals have purchased a charter boat and learn from the experts how to best set up a charter boat to get you and your family on the water. Don't let another year go by!

 

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Seawind & Multihull Sydney Regatta!

 

GRAND PAVOIS 2017 - Hotel Accommodation

Sydney Regatta

Friday 27th October

 

1pm Workshop for trimming your sails and making your multihull perform

3pm Briefing at Multihull Central Marina

4pm Fun Race 1 around Sydney Harbour

7pm Wood Fired Pizza and trivia night - BYO Grog!

9pm Screening of SEAbbatical Short Film Festival

Saturday 28th October

8am Breakfast

10am Fun Race 2 around Sydney Harbour

12noon - 3pm Raft up (as in picture) for a ‘dine around’ lunch on the boats and swim in the harbour creating the largest ever catamaran raft up! Dine around on the boats for a different meal course on each boat

4pm Fun Race 3 around Sydney Harbour

7pm Hawaiian Lual dinner, live Polynesian music and dancing.

 

Sydney Regatta

 

Sydney Regatta

 

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Sydney Regatta

Corsair 760 - coming soon!

Corsair 760

 

Be sailing this summer!  The new Corsair 760 is available for delivery this Spring in time for the entire sailing season. Call today to learn about out Summer Sailing Special. 02-9810 5014.

       

 

Aquila 44

Aquila 44 Power Catamaran available for syndicate!

NOW LAUNCHING AT YACHTSHARE!

Yachtshare is excited to announce the introduction of the Aquila 44 power catamaran to Australian boat sharing enthusiasts.

In collaboration with Aquila importer and yacht broker, Multihull Central, Yachtshare is seeking syndicate partners to join this unique boat share opportunity.

The Aquila 44 is to based in Manly Boat Harbour in Brisbane, Queensland. The boat is ready and eager to explore Moreton Bay and the Broadwater. All that is needed now are skippers and crew.

The catamaran will be managed with Yachtshare’s successful syndication program, offering share owners 33 days per year. Sharing the costs of purchasing and maintaining the boat makes the boat financially affordable. 1/10th shares are available for $134,990 with an estimated monthly service fee of $1,450 per month per owner.

 

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Aquila 36 Power Catamaran 
1/10 Shares $TBC 
Monthly service fee $TBC 
Located at the Royal Qld Yacht Squadron
Register your interest

 

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Aquila 36

People are talking about the innovative design and superior performance of our Takacat inflatables.  The Takacat Sport features an enclosed bow, while the Takacat Lite has an open bow - easy access for fishing, and access to the water. 

This superb range of roll-up inflatable catamarans makes for an ideal yacht tender or portable boat for your caravan or motorhome. Takacats are the most advanced, high performance, light weight, compact and portable inflatable catamaran boat on the market to date. Enjoy the amazing stability and versatility of your Takacat inflatable boat while you are exploring, fishing or just having fun out on the water.

 

Takacat

 

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Pre-Loved Multihulls

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  Featured Boat           

Seawind 1160 Lite

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2017 Aquila 36 Powercat                      POA

 

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The first Aquila 36 in Australia, this powercat is set to revolutionize power boating. Designed to be a luxury weekend family boat, it can also transform into a ocean going fishing boat, dive boat, or even passenger vessel. With two double berth private cabins each with an ensuite, a large open saloon combined with a summer kitchen and seating for for twenty including forward sunbeds. An entertainers dream or the perfect family weekender this powercat won't be on the market for long. 

 

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Seawind 1160

2010 Seawind 1160

Inspect in Brisbane

$475,000

Corsair Sprint 750

2006 Corsair Sprint 750

Inspect in Brisbane

$54,000

Seawind 1200

2001 Seawind 1200

Inspect in Sydney

$320,000

Corsair Sprint 750

2008 Corsair Sprint 750

Inspect in Sydney

$49,000

Seawind 1000XL

2009 Seawind 1000XL

Inspect in Brisbane

$275,000

Aquila 44

2016 Aquila 44

Inspect in Sydney

POA

 

Seawind 1160L

2014 Seawind 1160 Lite

Inspect in Sydney

$459,000

Cox 45 Pod Cat

2007 Cox 45 Pod Cat

Inspect in Brisbane

$99,000

Corsair Pulse 600

2015 Corsair Pulse 600

Inspect in Sydney

$49,000

 

 

SW1000XL

2010 Seawind 1000XL

Inspect in Brisbane

$282,000 + GST if applicable

Pescott Summerhaven

2008 Seawind 1000XL

Inspect in Brisbane

$249,000

Seawind 1250

2014 Seawind 1250

Inspect in Sydney

$625,000

 

 

Introducing Chris Henry - newest member of the sales team!

Chris comes from a hospitality background, and has been a successful business owner.  Chris has been sailing for 20 years, and has sailed the Pacific onboard his Seawind 1250. 

If you want genuine advice about buying a blue water catamaran you would do well to call Chris for some advice on 0408 814770 or Email:chris@multihullcentral.com

 

 

Chris Henry

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 The Sydney International Boat Show is over for another year!

News presented by Cathy McLeanhttp://www.bymnews

BYM where the news is read.

1.5 Million News items opened Jan. 1- Apr. 30 2017

Our readership http://www.bymnews.com/pdf/january-june-2017-statistics.pdf

Two for the price of one a place on one of our 3 carousels plus a PDF in BYM magazine, embedded images included Just $42.50 PCM

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