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[…]

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[…]

Cruising with Skypond

We’re in Rain Rain Rainville.  We’re supposedly in a rain shadow, but I’m not convinced. Despite all that, it’s been a great winter in Port Townsend, living aboard Sky Pond in the Point Hudson Marina, meeting all the people in this small town, spending time in the coffee shops, bars and art galleries. We’ve taken advantage Read more about Cruising with Skypond[…]

The New Seawind 1260 Arrives in the USA and Makes a Fast Start

The first new Seawind 1260 to arrive in the USA enjoyed a warm reception a this year’s Miami Boat Show which concluded last week.  And after making her debut at the show, SAIL Magazine was on hand to test the boat in the days followings.  Here’s a report on the launch and some words form SAIL… The Read more about The New Seawind 1260 Arrives in the USA and Makes a Fast Start[…]

Seawind 1600 #1 Delivery Report

When a slot opened up on the delivery trip of the new Seawind 1600 Northstar, I leapt at the opportunity.    The journey would take the 1600 south from Vietnam, across the South China Sea to Singapore, a good 600 nautical mile journey.  This would be a fantastic chance to give this impressive new design a Read more about Seawind 1600 #1 Delivery Report[…]

Performance Through Intelligent Design

Performance Through Intelligent Design Comfort and performance are a tradeoff discussed endlessly.  The 1600 strikes this balance through the use of advanced build technologies and continuous weight-saving efforts.  However, strategically placed carbon fibre reinforcements to the daggerboard case, bow and other areas not only make the 1600 stiff and fast, but also give her the Read more about Performance Through Intelligent Design[…]

Seawind 1600 to debut at Barcelona Boat Show

Counting Down to Launch Seawind 1600 #1 launches in just 2 weeks, and we are pleased to announce the debut of this stunning new yacht at the Barcelona Boat Show running from October 11th to 15th. The Launch Barcelona is a special city, and like a few other European cities she is close to some Read more about Seawind 1600 to debut at Barcelona Boat Show[…]

The 1160 RESORT in Action and in Service

Through the new Seawind 1160 Resort, some exciting new businesses have opened – delivering their owners a great return on investment, but also the opportunity to work doing what they love.  Here we wanted to feature 2 businesses that receive rave reviews from guests, and deliver a sustainable and growing business model – indeed some of these businesses already have another boat on order!

Who wouldn't want to spend their days on the water, meeting friendly holidaymakers, making new friends and doing what makes you happy? The 1160 Resort from Seawind Catamarans offers up to 43pax

Who wouldn’t want to spend their days on the water, meeting friendly holidaymakers, making new friends and doing what makes you happy? The 1160 Resort KURU owned by City of Darwin Cruises carries up to 43 guests. Learn more about this successful charter model


City of Darwin Cruises, and their 1160 Resort KURU has been an instant success.  One of the first new 1160 Resorts ordered, KURU is featured in our 1160 Resort video and comes perfectly equipped to explore Darwin Harbour and the region.  City of Darwin Cruises offer “a unique eco-sailing and history experience of Darwin” but they also run corporate events, weddings, and kids parties.


Eco-tourism is a buzzword in today’s charter market, but with a new Seawind 1160 RESORT that’s not just hype – the boat can come equipped with a revolutionary electric drive system that eliminates emissions and helps your business show the natural environment, without contributing to harming it.  Electric propulsion isn’t just an environmental issue – it’s an economic one as well.  Day charter catamarans see a lot of use in an active, busy business.  Fuel consumption is an important consideration.  And, when financing a catamaran for business purposes, it could be important to shift those costs away from ongoing running costs in the form of fuel.