Multihull Central is presenting YouTube cruising sensations 'Sailing La Vagabonde' to the Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron for one exclusive day, sunday 17 December, sharing their adventures of sailing around the world.
On Sunday the 17th of December, Riley and Elayna of Sailing La Vagabonde will share their story of how they went from no sailing experience, to cruising on a yacht half way around the world, becoming social media sensations and being upgraded to an Outremer catamaran.
With close to 350,000 subscribers on YouTube, Sailing La Vagabonde enjoy a massive global following and lead the way sharing their wanderlust of the sea with aspiring sailors, travellers and adventurers the world over with financial support from sponsors pledging funds via the Patreon crowd funding website.
In 2017 they made history when they took delivery of an Outremer 45 blue water sailing catamaran built in France and sponsored by the company. They have continued to explore Europe by sea with new videos that show first hand what life is like cruising onboard a catamaran.
“The impact Sailing La Vagabonde has had on the sailing industry has been incredible,” said Brent Vaughan, Managing Director of Multihull Central, who are presenting the day seminar. “Their relatable videos suck people out of their day to day lives and into a world of adventure where you get a glimpse of what it’s like to take command of your own boat and go exploring to beautiful destinations, showing a whole new audience the joy of cruising and prove that it is very achievable.”
The ‘Lunch with La Vagabonde’ will open with a viewing of an Outremer 45 catamaran at the Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron followed by lunch, a presentation by Riley and Elayna and a Q&A session giving all guests an opportunity to interact and learn something new.
Tickets are limited and available to purchase here for $99 per person.