Charleston Sailing School and The Multihull Company have teamed up to provide world class catmaran training and yacht sales.
Experience The Multihull Company Difference
No matter what sort of catamaran or trimaran you are looking for we promise you expert, unbiased advice. We will save you thousands of dollars, months of time, and spare you hundreds of headaches. We promise.
You can choose any number of yacht brokers to help you buy or sell a catamaran or trimaran. But the vast majority of them are far from offshore multihull sailors. They are salespeople, pure and simple.
Our founder, Phillip Berman, has represented the United States in numerous international catamaran regattas, placing first, second, and third in world championship competition. A graduate of Harvard, Phillip has served as the Sailing Master of the Eastern Point Yacht Club in Gloucester, MA., and has authored many books on catamaran sailing and racing. Phillip has extensive cruising and racing experience in the South Pacific, California, Mexico, the Great Lakes, South Africa, the Atlantic, the Caribbean and the Mediterranean.
When it comes to multihull design and construction Phillip and his highly trained team of catamaran and trimaran experts know what works and what doesn't - and they are not afraid to tell you the truth. They understand the needs of every type of multihull sailor, from coastal cruisers to world voyagers, offshore racers to liveaboards. To experience The Multihull Company difference, please contact our corporate offices in Philadelphia at 215-508-2704.
Catamaran Training and Charters Charleston Sailing School can arrange for training anywhere in the world aboard a luxury catamaran. We have access to hundreds of boats worldwide through our partnership with The Multihull Company
ASA 114 Cruising Catamaran Prerequisites: Basic Keelboat (101) and Basic Coastal Cruising (103). The Bareboat Charter Standard (104) is also a prerequisite and can be attained either by itself prior to BBC Multihull (114) or in conjunction with BBC Multihull (114). In either case, ALL MATERIAL IN BOTH STANDARDS (104 & 114) MUST BE TAUGHT AND TESTED BEFORE 114 CAN BE AWARDED.
General Description: An advanced cruising standard for individuals with cruising experience. The individual can act as skipper and crew of a 30-50 foot multihull sailboat by day in coastal waters. The standard includes those skills unique to a 30-50 foot multihull.
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