Vote for your favorite multihulls
It was three years ago now that Multihulls World and Multicoques Mag launched the Multihull of the Year competition rewarding the best new models. Thanks to a dedicated website, you, the readers of our magazine, were among the thousands who voted in the first edition. And it’s going from strength to strength!
Following the success of our first two Multihull of the Year elections, the 2020 edition promises to be even more exciting:
- A selection of new international models
- New MOTY regulations filed – and available online
- Participation of your votes and those of our Jury – 50/50
The Multihulls World and Multicoques Mag juries as well as the organizers of the International Multihull Show met to select the 2020 nominees.
We have chosen four categories:
- Less than 40 feet
- 40 to 50 feet
- More than 50 feet
The announcement of the nominated multihulls took place live from the Annapolis Boat Show on October 10th. Many of the nominees exhibiting at the show were able to display their MOTY Nominee 2020 logo! It was of course the same at the Paris boat show and at boot Düsseldorf. And the nominated multihulls on display at the Miami Boat Show in February will also be instantly recognizable.
To find out more about each of the nominees, you should check out their presentation in the pages in our previous edition, MW169: all are branded with the “Multihull of the Year” logo. Also read our complete tests: in this issue, you will discover no less than four of the nominated multihulls!
Voting is easy: simply go to the website dedicated to this election, until April 14th 2020: www.MultihulloftheYear.com
The official results of the election will be announced on April 16th 2020 at the International Multihull Show at La Grande Motte.
So, get to your keyboards and vote for your favorite multihulls!
|Less than 40 feet||40 to 50 feet||More than 50 feet||Powercats|
|LIBERTIST 853||AVENTURA 44||KNYSNA 500 SE||BALI 4.3 MY|
|CORSAIR 880||ELBA 45||SUNREEF 50||LEOPARD 53 PC|
|IC36||NAUTITECH NEW 46 OPEN||EAGLE CLASS 53||LAGOON SIXTY 7|
|EXCESS 12||NEEL 47||KC62||80 SUNREEF POWER|
by Emmanuel van Deth