Vicsail would like to extend an invitation to all monohull and multihull sailors to view the Oceanis 38, Oceanis 45, Oceanis 48, Sense 46 and First 35 this Saturday from 10.00 am until 3.00 pm. Location: d'albora Marina, New Beach Road, Rushcutters Bay.
Available also for viewing is the Lagoon 39.
With support from the factory extended to end of the month we have some great incentives available on the entire range.
Developed in collaboration with Farr Yacht Design, the First 35 is tough enough for any seas, designed for cruising but adaptable for racing, incredibly spacious combining ingenuity with elegance.
Nick Cherry on Redshift, Figaro Beneteau II
The Oceanis 38 offers a new way of experiencing life at sea: cruising at any pace, on all seas around the world. Sailing alone, as a couple, with the family or amongst friends. Fully customised to your individual needs, with the ability to modify number of cabins, the galley and saloon configuration, head/ shower and cockpit set up.
Bird's eye view
Take to the ocean confidently. A beautiful yacht, with remarkable sailing performance, the Oceanis 45 with meet all your requirements.
A strikingly slender, pure and ideally proportioned with centred mast and large mainsail arch with a centred mast and large mainsail arch, she is ready to off on a long cruise with an air of adventure.
Scott Hoffmann leads Ed Wright at the top mark in Race 9
'Je voulais Lagoon!':
'I wanted Lagoon!' Just like Dieter Gust, one of the founders of Lagoon Catamarans, once you set eyes on the Lagoon 39, its beautiful design and amazing sailing ability will steal your breath away. Those who’ve never set foot on board a modern catamaran should grab the opportunity – especially if you’re contemplating heading for distant horizons.
Wipeouts on the race course
An intelligently designed comfortable boat, providing a well-being second to none on a cruising monohull with which you can cruise round the world.