Twenty-twenty has been a year of change for most. A year of highs and lows, doubt and stress amongst extraordinary moments, both personal to each and shared by all. We went into the year with our first baby on the way. A beautiful girl. Little did we anticipate that she wouldn’t be the only lady to join our family that year. Having always talked of buying a boat to sail, a few months after our daughter’s birth we found ourselves looking at boats. We had little experience but a great desire for adventure, buckets of enthusiasm, a great deal of foolishness, a willingness to learn and just enough confidence to think we could buy a boat and just learn to sail.
Are you toying with the idea of living the sailing life, but not sure what to expect? Or not sure how easy the transition to a nomadic sea existence would be? Being in her fourth year on a sailing catamaran, Chris Danger sheds some light on the matter for us.
From humble beginnings in Airlie Beach in North Queensland to a major composite manufacturer in Composite Marine Industries/Cobra in Thailand, Fusion Catamarans have come full circle and returned their manufacturing back to South East Queensland, Australia.