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Dragonfly Online Open Yard 2020

Dragonfly Online Open Yard 2020

Usually, the sailing season kicks in with Dragonfly’s annual Open Yard event. This year, we invite you quite differently by taking you a tour around the yard and aboard both our Dragonfly 25, Dragonfly 28, Dragonfly 32, and, the ALL-NEW Dragonfly 40, virtually.

Please join us, as Jens Quorning welcomes you aboard.

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Living the dream single handed onboard 50ft Lagoon

Living the dream single handed onboard 50ft Lagoon

Mark Rolle envisioned a life on the sea and when the opportunity presented itself he didn’t hold back.

After working hard for years Mark sold his business and decided that there was more to life than work. He always thought of owning a boat, he had always loved the ocean and when the opportunity presented itself he took it.

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How to Anchor and Set Up an Anchor Bridle

How to Anchor and Set Up an Anchor Bridle

In our first episode of the Inspire and Learn Series, catamaran expert Joe Fox talks us through the best technique for a safe and secure anchor, as well as how to set up a bridle.
We go through the step by step process and concentrate on the 6 main components of anchoring onboard the Lagoon 42.

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Lagoon Life During a Pandemic

Lagoon Life During a Pandemic

Two Lagoon owners from opposite sides of the world in isolation onboard their Lagoon.

While Greg and Sue make jokes about their state during lockdown in Queensland Australia Mick and Poppy try to stay healthy with fun and innovative activities onboard including Tour De Trim and Wimbledon on Water in Malta. 

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THE LAGOON SHIPYARDS ARE UNDERWAY AGAIN!

THE LAGOON SHIPYARDS ARE UNDERWAY AGAIN!

Today, Yann Masselot, CEO of Construction Navale Bordeaux, is pleased to inform you that the Bordeaux and Vendée shipyards have resumed work.

Watch his message.

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Lagoon SEVENTY 8 Walkthrough by Marine Marnie

Lagoon SEVENTY 8 Walkthrough by Marine Marnie

When given the privilege to look through and photograph the incredible Lagoon SEVENTY 8 I couldn’t help myself but to make a comedic parody of the famous MTV Cribs series.

This was completely unplanned and unscripted so I am aware the commentary is not to the highest standard but I think this run through gives you a pretty good idea of how “MASSIVE” and “luxurious” the vessel is.

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Happy Lagoon 46 owners

Happy Lagoon 46 owners

“So excited to have finally taken delivery of our Lagoon 46 in Manly, Queensland yesterday. Rowan McMahon from TMG took us on a windy delivery trip up from the Gold Coast yesterday with lots of smiles onboard. Very happy with our clears, solar arch, Weber BBQ platform and tender setup. We can’t thank TMG enough for their support in getting Arena ready for our family sailing adventures.” – Dean Robertson, Lagoon 46 Owner.

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Virtual tours 2020

Virtual tours 2020

Exclusive viewings and “virtually” no stone unturned.
They say that for each cloud, there is a silver lining….With the cancellation of the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show and Sail Expo, we here at TMG are turning our thoughts to how we can best serve those who wish to inspect and explore our range of multihulls.
Book a one-on-one or virtual tour…

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Lagooned on the Lake 2020 Recap

Lagooned on the Lake 2020 Recap

Once again, Paul Rogers, Kathryn Roper as well as Greg and Sue Harding organised the annual Lagoon owners event in Lake Macquarie in Feb 2020.
The main focus of the get together was for those members who could not make the Lagoon Escapade in the Whitsundays have a second chance to meet fellow Lagoon owners on a spectacular and highly underrated sailing venue. An impressive 10 boats were in attendance over the weekend including a L500, L420 from QLD and two owners that drove from QLD. Two more were from Sydney and a total of 40 people joined.

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An inspiring story by Lagoon 380 owner

An inspiring story by Lagoon 380 owner

Theo Kuiters shares his incredible adventures onboard his Lagoon 380 and how he made owning his dream boat a reality.

Theo is a Vietnam veteran who lost his farm in 1982-83 and decided to switch his mindset, focus on goal setting and his dream to someday sail the pacific.

“You can do anything you want in life as long as you help other people get what they want”, says Theo.

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