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BIG BOATS GO GALLEY UP

BIG BOATS GO GALLEY UP

Traditionally we have seen our owners opting for the galley down option, which is undoubtedly an amazing option, equipped with all your homely necessities and connecting to the crew quarters it seems like a reasonable option.

Now things are changing, and we are seeing more people opting for galley up, including our new Australian SEVENTY 8 owners who love to cook and would prefer to do so in the comfort of the living area, just as you would at home.

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CATAMARAN VS MONOHULL RIG SET UP

CATAMARAN VS MONOHULL RIG SET UP

We are excited to share the latest Inspire and Learn Episode with you all, this one is a bit of a different “bonus” video where rigging specialist Dion Hart explain how they set up the rig, differences between catamarans and monohulls and the advantages of Lagoons new rig design.

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Whitsundays Family Adventure

Whitsundays Family Adventure

This year for the 2020 Lagoon Escapade our Queensland manager Rowan McMahon was fortunate enough to attend the event by boat instead of staying onshore. What made this year even more special was to bring his wife Kylie and 5-year-old son Spencer along for the event to help setup and also enjoy some time in their old home of the Whitsundays.

Speaking with John Linton at Portland Roads-Sailing the Whitsundays, he had a vacancy on his Lagoon 420 called “Portland Roads”, this was a perfect model to house the family on this “Work trip” for a week.

Rowan tells the story of a family trip he won’t forget and talks about his favourite places to visit in the Whitsundays.

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UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN 50% OF A NEW LAGOON 450S

UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN 50% OF A NEW LAGOON 450S

50% partner sought in new 2021 Lagoon 450S – Arriving July/August 2021 based on Sydney Harbour. 50/50 Trust Structure.

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LAGOON WHITSUNDAYS ESCAPADE 2020 RECAP

LAGOON WHITSUNDAYS ESCAPADE 2020 RECAP

Lagoon owners celebrated in style during the annual Escapade in the Whitsundays.

On the 3rd and 4th of September, The Multihull Group (TMG) were proud to host what has now become a must-do event on the annual calendar for lucky Lagoon owners.  Despite the cloud of COVID causing cancellations here, there and everywhere, the team at TMG were determined not to disappoint all of the owners who had managed to venture north.

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Lagoon 42 Viewings – Oct 16th-18th

Lagoon 42 Viewings – Oct 16th-18th

Join The Multihull Group team onboard the worlds best selling catamaran the Lagoon 42 from October 16th to 18th at Cockle Bay Marina, Darling Harbour.

At 10am and 3:45pm our catamaran expert Joe Fox will be hosting live Inspire and Learn sessions demonstrating how to manoeuvre the vessel, with a limit of 8 individuals.

From 11am to 3pm we will open viewings for 2 groups per hour.

Places are extremely limited so register now with your preferred time and number of extras to ensure you don’t miss out.

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Lagoon 50 Walkthrough

Lagoon 50 Walkthrough

Just before we handed over this stunning Lagoon 50 in Australia our marketing manager hopped on board and managed to get a very simple walkthrough. 

The owners opted for the 4 cabin layout with owners hull, the flybridge hardtop and also fitted A LOT of solar panels to the roof locally. With plenty of storage and fridges this boat is prepped and ready for an adventure!

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How to Perform a Rig Inspection on a Catamaran

How to Perform a Rig Inspection on a Catamaran

In our third episode of the Inspire and Learn series The Multihull Group got rigging specialist Dion Hart to come and guide you through what to look out for in a regular rig check. Dion explains various important areas of your catamaran to inspect and some tips for going up the mast.

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THE ART OF OWNERSHIP

THE ART OF OWNERSHIP

TMG founders John Cowpe and Peter Hrones have been working on a new approach to boat ownership.

The concept will be unveiled on August 28th 2020.

If you would like to receive VIP access to the website NOW please fill in the details.

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This cruising trimaran can do 24 knots

This cruising trimaran can do 24 knots

Dragonfly boss and designer Jens Quorning shows Toby over his new flagship, the Dragonfly 40.

Yachting World have done a walkthrough and review on this new model.

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