West Coast Multihulls Debuts the Lipari 41

Press Release
Friday, September 21, 2012
Lipari 41

West Coast Multihulls Welcomes First Fountaine Pajot Lipari 41 to West Coast


The Long Beach boat show, October 18-21, will be the west coast debut of the Fountaine Pajot Lipari 41. New FP dealer West Coast Multihulls plans a grand Coming Out Party and open house to commemorate the event. “The Lipari will arrive just a few weeks before the show, so sheʼll be showroom new,” explains WCM President Kurt Jerman. “I watched this exact boat coming together at the factory in France last spring, so itʼs very exciting to see it arrive here on the West Coast.” The Lipari 41 is, both in size and pricing, considered in the sweet spot of a large part of the California catamaran buyersʼ market.


West Coast Multihulls will also have a new Corsair Sprint 750 on hand, new Weta 4.4 sport trimaran, and representation from the charter operation and sailing school offering discounted sailing opportunities. To learn more about the FP Lipari 41 and West Coast Multihulls, please contact Kurt Jerman at WCM: 619.571.3513.

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