Category: TMG

Reefing a Mainsail on a Catamaran

Reefing a Mainsail on a Catamaran

In this episode, we’re going to be looking at reefing and why you use your reefing lines, how the single line reefing on a Lagoon 42 is run and the processes involved with lowering the sail to reduce your sail area when the wind strength builds.

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Sanctuary Cove 2020 Recap

Sanctuary Cove 2020 Recap

After the crazy year that has been 2020 we are so excited that The Multihull Group were able to participate in the incredible Sanctuary Cove Yachting Festival.

Despite being limited to people from Queensland the show was amazingly successful and exceeded all expectations. Every day brought on lovely weather and crowds from 9am all the way past 5pm, it was definitely the largest show of the year (haha).

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Catamaran Sail Trim with Sam Newton

Catamaran Sail Trim with Sam Newton

For this episode, we had Sam Newton, Americas Cup and Sail GP pro sailor and owner of Rolly Tasker sails join us to give you tips on how to better trim your sails. Sam also walks us through how to tack and gybe with a normal sail set up and how to use the Code Zero.

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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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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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LAGOON 46 WEBINAR WALKTHROUGH

LAGOON 46 WEBINAR WALKTHROUGH

The Multihull Group hosted a private webinar for owners and potential buyers last Friday!
If you weren’t able to join, don’t worry we have got you covered.

We just posted the entire thing on our YouTube.

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LAGOON SEVENTY 8 WEBINAR WALKTHROUGH

LAGOON SEVENTY 8 WEBINAR WALKTHROUGH

In May The Multihull Group hosted a walkthrough webinar of the Lagoon SEVENTY 8. The tour was advertised to the world with many virtually coming aboard and asking multiple questions.

We recorded the entire webinar and cut it down slightly for your viewing pleasure. We realise this is EXTREMELY long, however we wanted to make sure we covered EVERYTHING. With such a massive boat with so many options and extras we hope this video answers most of your questions.

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Lagoon 42, SOLD

Lagoon 42, SOLD

Another Lagoon 42 is on the way and will be ready for a Summer of fun in Australia!

We are offering a 70% discount on the incredible “Green Machine package” for the lucky new owners.*
Including: Custom Lithium/Solar/Air Conditioning Solution
System RRP; $79,835AUD Inc GST

Offer runs out June 30th 2020.

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Lagoon 46 Review by Phil Ross

Lagoon 46 Review by Phil Ross

LAGOON’S 450 WAS A WINNER WITH CRUISERS. IS IT A GOOD MOVE TO RETHINK THE CLASSIC?

SPACE is a luxury on a yacht, which is one of the reasons why multihulls are so popular. Put two hulls together you naturally have more space. From that starting point, factors designers work on when designing a new catamaran include: enhance the usage of space and make the ride smooth and safe. Lagoon’s previous design in this range was the popular 450, which sold over 900 units. An impressive statistic, so why update on a best seller? Probably because when you can get the design team from VPLP to take a look at it, then you are assured of making it even better.

The result is the Lagoon 46.

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