Australian Debut for Outremer 4X and Aquila 36

Australian Debut for Outremer 4X and Aquila 36

Multihull Central plan to have a huge display of high performance sailing catamarans and world leading power catamarans at this year’s Sanctuary Cove Boat Show on marina finger D/E1.

The 48ft Outremer 4X will make it’s Australian debut following its recent arrival in Australia. This lightweight cruising catamaran is designed to sail efficiently in light winds when seas are flat to maximise crew comfort, as well as pull great average boat speeds in fresher conditions to avoid bad weather. The Outremer 4X was also the first production catamaran to race in the Route de Rhum single-handed offshore yacht race with design input by the famous French Yachtsman Loïck Peyron. This will be the first and only boat show that the Outremer 4X exhibits at in Australia and is a must see for anyone interest in performance cruising. Information will also be available on the new Outremer 55 along with existing models the 45, 51 and 5X.

The Seawind 1190 Sport will also delight those interest in performance cruising as the only production catamaran in the world under 40ft featuring a high performance rig, daggerboards and retractable rudders that have the added advantage of super low draft down to just 0.6m. Factory representatives will be at the show along with information on the other models including the Seawind 1600, 1260 and 1160.

Also making it’s Australian Debut is the new Aquila 36 Cruiser, featuring a new three stacker sliding door system that enables the saloon to be completely enclosed for extra comfort in wet or cooler conditions, but still able to open right up when the sun is shinning or for entertaining. The Cruiser enables a more luxurious interior also with curtains and other fittings to enable live aboard style adventures and coastal cruising along the eastern seaboard. The 36 is also optional with a hydrofoil allowing 30% more fuel economy.

Accompanying the Aquila 36 Cruiser will be one of the most popular power catamarans in the world, the Aquila 44 with hull number 102 on display. Featuring the latest interiors, new upholstery and optional extras the 44 always impresses. Further information will also be available on the upcoming Aquila 54 and 70 that are currently under construction, with factory representatives at the show to discuss these designs in detail.

Pictured: Aquila 44