Seawind 1260 AO heading South to Los Angeles

We’ve just had an update from one of our recent Seawind 1260 owners Doug Gonda, as he sails his new 1260 south from Seattle. Here’s his story below: Hello Seawind people, Our Seawind 1260 AO is moving south down the US West Coast with my brother, Chris and Robin Mohr (*) onboard. We are now Read more about Seawind 1260 AO heading South to Los Angeles[…]

Multihulls World Magazine sails the Seawind 1260

“A FUTURE CLASSIC!” -MULTIHULLS WORLD, MAY 2020 Reputable magazine Multihulls World tests the Seawind 1260 and finds it fast, efficient and much more… Multihulls World came out for a sail in Sydney Harbour aboard a new Seawind 1260, and got a thrilling ride. The article goes into great technical detail, so we highly recommend a Read more about Multihulls World Magazine sails the Seawind 1260[…]


Go Simple, Go Small, Go Now

One of the catchiest phrases ever applied to sailing might be Lin and Larry Pardey’s “Go Simple, Go Small, Go Now”. It became their mantra, and was etched into sailing lore in their books from Crusing in Serafyn to Self Sufficient Sailor. Many others have since extolled the virtues of simply getting out there and Read more about Go Simple, Go Small, Go Now[…]


Cruising Story – 22 Days Solo from Galapagos (Part 1)

Rich and Karen together have cruised their Seawind 1160 all around the world.  We now join them for a particular adventure, of the kind that rarely get enough attention – sailing solo. Aboard his Seawind 1160, Rich made a solo crossing from the famed Panama Canal to the Galapagos Islands, and then to the Marquises Read more about Cruising Story – 22 Days Solo from Galapagos (Part 1)[…]


A sense of belonging

Twenty years ago, almost to the day, a bunch of Seawind owners got together to test their sailing prowess and race their cruising catamarans around the iconic Pittwater, just north of Sydney Harbour. Gathering at the Basin campground afterwards, tales were told over beers and a barbecue and friendships were born. The concept caught on, Read more about A sense of belonging[…]


Seawind Pittwater Regatta 2019

The Seawind Pittwater Regatta served up a weekend of fun filled activities and diverse experiences, making it one of the most enjoyable weekends in the regatta’s history that has spanned over 21 years. Hosted by Seawind distributors Multihull Central on the 25th and 26th of October, the fleet of Seawind owners and their crew members Read more about Seawind Pittwater Regatta 2019[…]


Catamaran Cruising in the Med this Summer

Summer is always the best season to enjoy as many on-water activities as possible and give yourself a break from all the stress at work.  Instead, spend quality time with your beloved partner and family. That’s why sailing 1-2 weeks is a perfect plan.  Have you thought about where you are going to spend this summer Read more about Catamaran Cruising in the Med this Summer[…]


Top 3 Restaurants in SANCTUARY COVE

When you come to see the Seawind 1600 Australian premier & the Seawind 1260 at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, you should not miss the chance to discover the delicious flavors of Sanctuary Cove and the nearby area. Sanctuary Cove is known for its stunning location with water views and numerous restaurants for visitors Read more about Top 3 Restaurants in SANCTUARY COVE[…]

A week with Seawind 1160 at Whitsundays

Free range sailing is a YouTube channel belonging to a couple – Troy and Pascale. The channel helps share their passion and love for fishing, travel and adventure by cruising around Australia. One day, Pascale decides it’s time to get her family experience what she’s been enjoyed for a few years, so she chartered a Read more about A week with Seawind 1160 at Whitsundays[…]


Cruising France to Greece on the Seawind 1600 catamaran

Cruising on the Seawind 1600 offshore cruising catamaran NORTHSTAR… Andrew and Nhi were kind enough to display their Seawind 1600 Northstar at the International Multihull Show at La Grande Motte earlier this year.  Then, starting from the show location in the South of France, they began a Summer-long cruise to Cyprus via Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily, Read more about Cruising France to Greece on the Seawind 1600 catamaran[…]


Sailing in South East Asia – Part 2

Asian Monsoon Season… When is the best time to start your trip? From Vietnam & south, the temperature is of little concern with year round averages of 28-30 degrees C but certainly the cyclone season needs to be factored in when planning your trip. Typically in line with the southern hemisphere summer from Oct through Read more about Sailing in South East Asia – Part 2[…]


Sailing in South East Asia – Part 1

Sailing in South East Asia Perhaps you are considering collecting your new boat from the Seawind factory in Vietnam or simply have another opportunity to sail with others in South East Asia, the undeniable development of the Asian economy means that sailing in the region is changing for the better, with cruising permits becoming more Read more about Sailing in South East Asia – Part 1[…]