MQ Sponsors Miami Boat Show Seminar on Multihull Cruising

Wondering what it really takes to purchase, survey, outfit and voyage on a catamaran? Look no further—Multihulls Quarterly and Strictly Sail Miami are sponsoring an exciting four-hour seminar on cat cruising from start to finish during the Miami Boat Show. The seminar will be held at the Hard Rock Cafe Conference Room at Miamarina at Bayside on February 18th at 1pm.

Seminar director Phillip Berman has been racing, sailing and living on multihulls since 1969 and has sold hundreds of catamarans over the years to a wide range of cruisers. Berman realizes that while many people dream of living on a boat and sailing the seven seas, it is not until they actually get underway that they begin to understand what the cruising life is all about. The fact is, the cruising life is many different things to many different people. In respect of these unique perspectives, Berman has pulled together a range of experts and multihull voyagers to create an exciting and informative afternoon for anyone seriously considering the voyaging life.

Topics will include “Finding the Right Catamaran for Your Needs and Budget,” “The Process of Buying a Multihull,” “Getting a Proper Multihull Survey,” “Outfitting a Modern Live aboard Multihull” and “What Is It Really Like to Live and Cruise on a Multihull?” All forums will include plenty of time for a healthy exchange of questions from the audience.

The seminar costs $25 per person or $40 per couple. For tickets or more information, call Multihulls Quarterly/Blue Water Sailing Media at 888-800-7245 or email Bonus: receive half-price tickets to the Miami International Boat Show and Strictly Sail Miami courtesy of MQ and Strictly Sail Miami.

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