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Sydney Multihull Central Regatta

  Friday 27 – Saturday 28 October, 2017 * Raft up for a dine around lunch * Fun races with prizes for best dressed crew * SEAbbatical Short Film Festival Screening * Hawaiian Luau with dinner and Polynesian dancing & band   Friday 27th October 1pm Workshop for trimming your sails perform 3pm Briefing at Multihull Central Marina 4pm Fun Race 1 around Sydney Harbour 7pm Wood Fired Pizza and trivia night 9pm Screening of SEAbbatical Short Film Festival Saturday October 28th 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 Lua dinner, live…

Seawind 1160 Resort arrives in Sydney

Another week and another Seawind is launched in Sydney in time for the Sydney International Boat Show. This time its a new Seawind 1160 Resort ‘Tiger 3’ owned by Andrew Dent and skipper Gavin Hottess as part of their growing Tiger Catamarans fleet on Sydney Harbour. Tiger 3 is a brand new Seawind 1160 Resort charter boat that will carry up to 43 passengers ad 2 crew all around Sydney Harbour’s beautiful bays and beaches. Due to its unique 1D classification, it can travel on partially smooth waters which allows access to Manly which most charter boats cannot reach. Andrew also owns a Seawind 1050 Resort “Tiger 2” catamaran, an earlier predecessor to the 1160 Resort that has been a remarkable proof of concept of a day charter design in Australia. With the two boats now in the Tiger Catamaran Charter fleet, they can…

Diving and Exploring Espiritu Santo

SEAbbatical Destination: Vanuatu By Brent Vaughan Port Orla It’s the middle of winter, 26 degrees, sunny and almost humid, but there is a nice gentle breeze that drifts across the ocean. We are in the small coastal town of Luganville on the north island of Vanuatu, Espiritu Santos, to enjoy some of the local hospitality and the most accessible wreck dive in the world. While Luganville isn’t much to write home about itself, it was once a major US military base during World War II and it provides the gateway to exploring these remnants of the past and the spectacular landscapes and islander culture that surround it on the islands of Espiritu Santo. While Vanuatu is most famous for its Volcanoes (its located on a fault line), the originator of bungy jumping (tribes on Pentacoste Island tie vines to their ankles and jump from…

How to do your best work, when not at work

Business by remote and the 80:20 rule Entrepreneurial SEAbbaticals Ever since a young kid I’ve been around boats, the sea and the sand and when I’m in or around these I always have a sense of my life (or the fun bank) being fulfilled rather than drained. I’ve always thought it important to keep the fun bank topped up whenever possible and so I never really escaped the boating lifestyle and ultimately I choose (or it choose me) to combine work and pleasure to a point where it’s sometimes difficult to distinguish one from the other…that’s just the way I like it. Sure it’s not all fun and games and can be bloody hard work, but there is certainly plenty of fun to be had so it’s a question of getting the balance right. I love my work and blessed to run a successful…

Sydney International Boat Show-Berth # 76-79 August 3-7th 2017

Come and see our range of 5 boats that we will have on display at Sydney International Boat Show this year at the International Convention Centre at Cockle Bay Marina, Darling Harbour-Multihull Central will be at Marina Berths 76-79 We will be showcasing an impressive array of Seawind 1260 (new to the Sydney market) a Seawind 1160 Resort, a Seawind 1160 Lite, and Aquila 44, the Southern Hemisphere launch of the Aquila 36 and the Takacats – ​a superb range of roll-up inflatable catamarans makes for an ideal yacht tender!  Click on any of the photo’s below to find out more details on the selected boat. Complete below to register for a VIP tour and skip the lines  

Handover of new Seawind 1160 Lite – The Pearl!

We are delighted to hand over today a beautiful new Seawind 1160 Lite – The Pearl The owner and his son look happy, as does Brent Vaughan – Director of Multihull Central Pomp and circumstance on the red carpet and a bottle of bubbles to help christen the boat! Click on the below to learn more about a Seawind 1160 Lite

Cruising and Diving in South East Asia Seminar

Cruising and Diving in South East Asia Seminar

Multihull Central in cooperation with the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club, are pleased to present a special FREE information seminar “My SEAbbatical: Cruising and Diving in South East Asia” by Andrew Grace at 3pm on Saturday the 29th of April in the Pittwater Room of the RPA Yacht Club in Mitala Street, Newport, in conjunction with the Pittwater Sail Expo. Andrew Grace took delivery of his new Seawind 1160 LITE catamaran “Pali Pali” in Vietnam two years ago and has been cruising South East Asia ever since. As Andrew is a very experienced technical diver, he and his wife sailed to some of the most remote and spectacular dives sites in South East Asia and captured their adventures in a series of YouTube videos with spectacular vision both under and above the water. A total of 33 videos document their adventure on their YouTube…

Seawind 1250 – Feeling frisky on Whiskers in Tasmania!

We have just returned from a month’s sailing trip to Tasmania on our Seawind 1250 – Whiskers! This was our second trip in two years having enjoyed it so much last year that we vouched to return. We left on 8th February and sailed from Martha Cove to Bicheno on the NE Coast in 4 days via Cape Woolamai, Deal Island, and Badger Island (off Flinders Island). Our total sailing time was 52 hours so we made it in good time with the weather in our favour. After 2 days in Bicheno, we sailed down the east coast of Tasmania past the scenic Freycinet Peninsula and Schouten Island. We spent a night at Riedle Bay, Maria Island then ventured further on towards Tasman Island sailing past the majestic rock cliffs of the Tasman peninsula and into Port Arthur. Sailing that day was exhilarating to…

SEAbbatical Short Film Festival in search of world’s best cruising videos

Mysailing in partnership with Multihull Central, WASPcam, Pantaenius Insurance and All Marine Spares are proud to the present the SEAbbatical Short Film Festival. We are searching for the world’s best cruising short films shot in the spirit of adventure. Capturing the most inspirational experiences caught on camera while cruising on some of the worlds most breathtaking bodies of water. Video entries are open worldwide to anyone who has filmed an experience, culture, destination and wildlife above or below the water that tells a good story of their voyage or ‘SEAbbatical’. You may be an aspiring filmmaker, or perhaps someone who was in the right place at the right time with the red light flashing. With the rapid rise of small but technically capable cameras and affordable editing software, anyone who goes cruising is now capable of producing quite stunning videos of life at sea….

Seawind 1260 Number 1 Completing Soon

The keenly anticipated Seawind 1260 is nearing launch, with the first boat only a few months from her debut at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show. The excitement that surrounds this launch comes from the genesis of the boat – which came from conversations with the many Seawind owners who were looking for something more from a 41-footer.  Here is a hint of what is to come.   Seawind owners love the performance of our catamarans, but our legendarily sociable sailors require space for friends, family and those you meet when cruising.  The new 1260 delivers better layout options for a range of different uses through the new cockpit arrangement.  Seat 8 people inside, another 8 outside – but open the doors and all can socialize together in one of the largest spaces on a boat in this size.  The cockpit can dine 6, but modular cockpit seats…

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