Seawind Catamarans at the International Multihull Boat Show – La Grande Motte

 

Meet us at the Show

We warmly welcome you to meet us at the International Multihull Yacht Show at La Grande Motte, running from April 19th – 23rd, at our stand E20.

As you may have read, our new Seawind 1260 will be ready just in time for the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show – so she will make her debut there.  Later in July we will launch the first Seawind 1600 – and we will send her straight to the Cannes Yachting Festival in September.  But we look forward to meeting you at La Grande Motte, and welcome you to our stand E20 which has a trimaran from our Corsair range on display.  There we can give you more information on the powerful new offshore cruiser the Seawind 1260, our luxurious new Seawind 1600, and other Sport and Cruising yachts from our legendary shipyard.

If you have been interested in Australia’s most popular catamaran designs, but have been waiting to talk to someone about some of the features and functionality, don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to speak with the European office next weekend.

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The new Seawind 1600 will debut at this years Cannes Yachting Festival. Like all Seawinds, this 52 foot performance cruising catamaran designed by Reichel Pugh is the perfect balance between cruising comfort and safe, performance sailing. The 1600 features a high end luxury fitout, simple sailing systems, dual protected helms and a large open cockpit space. Learn More>>

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The powerful new Seawind 1260 will debut at this years Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show. This 41-foot performance cruising catamaran design boats serious offshore credentials, but far more living space than her predecessor.  The perfect balance between offshore cruising comfort, and passage-making speeds.  Simple sailing systems, dual protected helms and a large open cockpit which combines with the saloon in one perfect space. Learn More about the Seawind 1260>>

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