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Multihull World Newsletter
Broadblue launch new 415 and 385
This month, premier cruising catamaran builder Broadblue
Ltd hit two major milestones with first the launch of a new Broadblue
415 and then, on New Year's Eve, the launch of a new 385. Both were sold to UK clients who are very pleased with their new arrivals. The owners of the 415 intend to base her nearby in Gosport and have offered Multihull
World the use of their pride and joy for viewings and test sails
so if you have an interest in this first class long distance cruising cat then contact Ken@multihullworld.co.uk
for the build and purchase
of Broadblue 385/037 was signed in November and 6 weeks later she was launched from the factory in Poland
on her way to Emsworth for rigging
and handover. She was craned into the canal alongside the factory on the last working day of 2009 and only escaped the inland sea with the aid of an ice-breaker tug!! She was reported today to be passing down the Dutch coast and is due in Portsmouth by the middle of January. A number of owner inspired improvements have also been included in the specification for this model so if you would like to have a test sail or viewing contact email@example.com
Broadblue 415 01 and 04 in the ARC
We were delighted to hear from John Macrae, owner of Broadblue 415/04 at the end of his atlantic crossing
in the Atlantic Race
for Cruisers (ARC) and to also hear that he and BB415/01 were the first two catamarans under 44ft to finish proving yet again that these are truly first class cruising catamarans. Perhaps the most important quote from John is "We have no issues at all to report. Nothing broke!!"