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First Delivery of Fusion Sailboat Dinghies Arrive in Ireland

18th February 2022
The Fusion dinghy from CH Marine offers a ground-breaking, ultra-modern, one boat solution for families
The Fusion dinghy from CH Marine offers a ground-breaking, ultra-modern, one boat solution for families

CH Marine—official dealers of Fusion Sailboats UK—have announced the arrival of their first order, introducing this sailboat brand into the Irish market.

Fusion offers a ground-breaking, ultra-modern, one boat solution for families and sailing centres and has gained huge popularity in the UK, becoming the go-to boat for clubs and training centres. A similar interest is expected in Ireland because of its impressive specs.

The high-quality HDPE roto moulded hull has many interesting and well thought out design features to make this boat a leader for training and sail ability. One clever feature allows the boats to stack three high on one trolley, saving space in the boat park or in winter storage.

The dinghy is available in four different rigs: Fusion with standard mainsail, Fusion Duo with standard mainsail, gib and hardware, Fusion Pro with Pro mainsail and gib, and the Fusion Pro Gen with Pro mainsail, gib and gennaker kit.

This boat has the flexibility to suit the main aspects of dinghy sailing from beginner to advanced level.

At an entry-level price point of under €4,000, the Fusion looks set to be a winner.

For more info, please contact CH Marine here

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