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Welcome MULTIHULL WORLD - Issue 125 - Power & Sail



Multihull World Magazine is an Australian-based specialist publication devoted exclusively to multihull enthusiasts - catamarans and trimarans, offshore, off-the-beach, power, racing and cruising. It is published 6 times a year and is one of a very limited number of magazines worldwide catering entirely to multihull sailing. In fact, despite a few unsuccessful attempts at competing with this long established periodical, it remains the only magazine in the Australasian region specialising in this exciting market and that survived the critical test of time.

Published in its current format since 1986, the magazine's success has increased with the rapid growth in popularity of multihull activity worldwide and particularly in Australia. The magazine ranges from 120 to 200 pages per issue with interest from both the professional sailor/builder and amateur alike. Whether it is racing. cruising, design or construction, you will read about it Multihull World.

Distributed nationally by Gordon & Gotch and retailing for A$9.90 per copy, Multihull World has a current print run of 10,000 copies with some 1,500 of these being local and overseas subscribers while the remaining copies are distributed in New Zealand by Gordon & Gotch.

Our subscription list is continually growing and our sales averaging 64% of our print run. We have approximately 20 writers working on articles for Mulithull World Magazine, most of whom are ardent sailors/owners, builders/designers and technical advisers, thus giving the reader a diversity of opinions.

Multihull World has risen the profile of the Multihull Industry by producing a magazine devoted entirely to Power Catamaran's built and designed throughout the Australasian region.