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Entries are now flowing in for Multihull Solutions’ cruising rallies in late 2017 with the events shaping up to become popular fixtures on the annual multihull calendar.
Relaxed cruising is the primary focus of these events, which give participants the opportunity to experience idyllic cruising grounds in the company of like-minded multihull enthusiasts.
The inaugural Multihull Solutions Moreton Bay Rally will be held over the weekend of 27 to 29 October on what is arguably southeast Queensland’s most beautiful coastal waters.
The rally offers a fantastic chance to escape for a few days of cruising, exchange stories and multihull tips with other participants, and explore the area with frequent stops allocated for social functions and relaxation.
The Multihull Solutions Pittwater Rally is being run from 24-26 November and incorporates laidback cruising through the myriad stunning coves and inlets that are hidden in a natural paradise just north of Sydney’s CBD.
The Pittwater Rally is also a casual cruising event that combines exploration with an itinerary of relaxation and unforgettable social occasions.
Both rallies have a perfect mixture of relaxation and fun with an enviable itinerary that includes beach games, our famous Prawn & Punch Party, nightly functions in differing venues around the cruising areas, dress-up parties, and mingling with other multihull enthusiasts.
Awards are given to participants who best embrace the fun spirit of the events with prizes including Musto sailing jackets, marine magazine subscriptions, international travel vouchers, premium wine including a magnum, a private home wine tasting event, and many more!
Anyone can join the rallies, aboard their own sail or power multihull or by chartering a catamaran in the area.
Registration forms and full itineraries are now available online for Moreton Bay Rally on the Multihull Solutions website.
Further information on the 2017 Rallies can be obtained by contacting Rachel Crook at Multihull Solutions on 1300 855 338 (within Australia) or +61 7 5452 5164.