Seawind’s brand new 30ft Seawind 950 catamaran has arrived in Australia and was last week assembled at the Wollongong production facility in preparation for final testing and then making its debut at the Sanctuary Cove Boat Show on May 24.
The new 30ft coastal cruising catamaran was shipped to Australia, as designed, in two 40 foot containers and took just a few days to assemble at Seawind’s local facility with only three workmen completing the boat in preparation for its launch next week following final quality control and testing.
Engineered by world renowned engineering firm, High Modulus in New Zealand, the modular system of construction has come together very well and will allow a great deal of flexibility for shipment all around the world.
The Seawind 950 will make its official world debut at the Sanctuary Cove Boat Show from May 24 – 27 and will be available for preview inspections by appointment at the Multihull Central marina in Sydney Harbour between May 14-17.
For more information, visit www.seawindcats.com or call Multihull Central on 1300 852 620 for your local agent.
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