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Meet “what’s her name”

28 Sep 2010

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Meet “what’s her name”, Docklands’ latest maritime resident.

The brand-new top of the range, luxury Seawind 1250 sailing catamaran is the latest offering from luxury yacht ownership pioneer, Yachtshare Victoria.

But the yacht doesn’t have a name and Yachtshare is looking to Docklands News readers for help.

The company is running a naming competition and is offering either a $5000 discount on a share in this truly luxurious vessel or (if not a prospective owner), an all-you-can-eat dinner for two (including wine of your choice) at Melbourne’s famous Lobster Cave restaurant.

Yachtshare is currently marketing a limited number of shares in the Seawind 1250 for Port Phillip Bay and the Gippsland Lakes in 2011. Fully optioned, fully serviced, fully maintained and fully managed for her owners, the yet-to-be-named catamaran will offer the ultimate in cruising luxury with a true, premium, walk on, walk off service.

This boat is to be based at Victoria Harbour, for the summer and relocated to the Gippsland Lakes for the winter. This vessel will have every option imaginable. Owners will have the opportunity to be onboard for the coastal transition trips to and from the lakes if they wish.

Please email your entry to (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) along with your contact details.

The winner will be contacted by phone and also announced in the December Docklands News.

For more information on Yachtshare’s Seawind catamaran syndicates, visit the Yachtshare web site http://www.yachtshare.net.au or email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  or contact Wayne Woodward 0438 722 888.

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