The Multihull Group (TMG) founded by John Cowpe and Peter Hrones has had a magnificent first year. The team have exceeded all expectations and in doing so, have been appointed Best Lagoon Overseas distributor for 2016 and acquired the exciting McConaghy brand. They’ve also enjoyed connecting with Australia’s existing Lagoon owners and participated in a very successful Escapade in the Whitsundays with over 17 Lagoons in attendance.

According to John Cowpe:

“With Lagoon we’re working with the number one. Lagoon’s professionalism, design and build strength is unmatched in the industry. Their range of models is unprecedented. For example the Lagoon 38 which is approaching 1000 boats sold is now the most popular sailing boat ever made. In the mid-range, 170 of the fast new 42s have sold in the first six months. And at the top end the recently launched Lagoon Seventy Seven is sold out to the end of 2019.”

“We’re also very excited to bring McConaghy to the market and offer our buyers a top-end, fast catamaran with stand-out design and options for customisation. Jason Ker’s input in the design has been fabulous and the appointment of “design unlimited” for the interior spaces signals the intent to produce some very nice boats.”

The second driving force behind TMG’s successful first year is the level of customer service they provide. When buyers are choosing their boat they work with a team who have sold more sailing boats in Australia than any other. TMG know what’s right for our unique sailing conditions and what configuration will work best for the buyer’s unique needs. After the sale, the commissioning process is handled seamlessly whether launching locally or at the factory in Europe. Ongoing servicing and support is handled by Australia’s leading yacht service company the Windcraft Group Service Centre.

TMG’s second Lagoon 630MY has just been loaded onto the ship and is on her way to Australia. The team will be conducting private viewings at Sanctuary Cove and Sydney International Boat Shows in 2017. They have also managed to secure a Lagoon 42 for February delivery Downunder. They’ve kept this one light and have fitted a code 0 in black which will look stunning flying from the single line furler off the factory fitted prodder.