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MGM Boats To Showcase New Lagoons At International Multihull Show

13th April 2014
MGM Boats To Showcase New Lagoons At International Multihull Show

#Multihulls - MGM Boats will present their latest offerings at the International Multihill Boat Show at La Grande-Motte, near Montpellier in the south of France, from 23-27 April.

The international yacht brokers are well placed to take advantage of a growing market, as traditional sailors and powerboaters are increasibly attracted to the spacious accommodation and the stable platform for extended family holidays abroad that multihulls offer.

Lagoon is a market leader in the class, distinct for its improvements in both interior and exterior styling, and MGM Boats can boast of sales of brand new vessels to Irish and international clients in the Carribean, South America and Croatia.

On display at the show in La Grande-Motte will be the the three-cabin Lagoon 39, Lagoon 450 and Lagoon 52, and for the first time in Europe, the new Lagoon 560S2 - a lateral galley four-cabin vessel.

Moreover, later this year the new Lagoon Power 620 will launch, its transatlantic range set to transform sailing holidays forever.

In addition, MGM Boats will have a brokerage stand at the show, with current second-hand listings based from France to Sweden - a truly international selection.

MGM Boats promise there will be some great deals to be had, with worldwide delivery available. 

Getting to the International Multihill Boat Show is easy, with Ryanair flights from Dublin to Carcassonne, or via London with Easyjet's direct flights to Montpellier. For more details on the trade show see the official website HERE.

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