Captain Jeff Grossman and Captain Jean Levine, Two Can Sail
Budgeting for a Catamaran
When you don’t know what you need to know, how
do you get started?
We begin with an outline and a
checklist to help you make a plan of action
customized for you. Beginning with a budget plan, we
will discuss the costs involved in the purchase of a
catamaran. We’ll give you some examples of various
new and used catamarans available for different
budgets to help you visualize the reality of the current
market.


How to avoid Catamaran buyer’s biggest
mistakes.
Once you have the budget in mind, the next thing you
need to consider is where you plan to sail with the
boat, near coastal or blue water. Phil Berman,
President and founder of The Multihull Company will
give you his perspectives on just what type of
catamaran you need to sail in various parts of the
world. Whether you plan on cruising in the
Caribbean, the Mediterranean, or the South Pacific.
Explaining the different possibilities depending on
where you want to go.


The Top Ten Features for short handed sailing.
Over the last decade of catamaran sailing Jeff and
Jean will share their top ten features to look for when
selecting your catamaran. From the perspective of
live aboard sailors we discuss the various trade offs
you need to decide on for the comfort and safety of
sailing with just two people handling the boat.


Lunch Break

Conquering Your Fears, handling emergencies
at sea.
We will lead a discussion of your fears, from man
over board, to night passages and more. We have an
open discussion with the audience listing the things
that may be holding you back from living your dream.
We will get these fears out in the open and show you
how to handle them. With tips from handling a single-
handed man over board situation to avoiding heavy
weather we’ll show you how to acknowledge your
fear and conquer it.

 
Catamaran Handlings Tips
Docking, anchoring and even picking up a mooring
ball can be different on a Catamaran then a
monohull. We will demonstrate how to make it easy
with just two people handling the boat. You would be
surprised to find out that many self-taught sailors
have been doing things the hard way we show you
how to put a little spin on things in ways you may not
have thought of to make it easier.


Introduction to South Africa
n Catamarans
Ken Bircher the president of the South African Boat
Builders Export (SABBEX) association will introduce
you to the possibilities of buying a new boat from
South Africa
, And share some photos of his beautiful
country.   
Cruising Compass On line newsletter is a sponsor of Two Can Sail Couples Cruising Seminars
Jeff & Jean
Phil Berman, President
The MultiHull Company
Catamaran Seminar Highlights
Weems & Plath sponsor of Two Can Sail Couples Cruising Seminar
Two Can Sail Couples Cruising Seminar Annapolis 2011
Two Can Sail Couples Cruising Seminar Houston 2012

$190/person
$325/couple

Includes:
Seminar Passes

Tickets to Boat Show

A signed copy of our Book:
"Two Can Sail:
The 5 Step Plan to Buying
a Boat to Go Cruising"

Weems & Plath Door prizes
Two Can Sail
Catamaran Cruising  Seminar Details
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LOCATION
Annapolis:
Naval Academy Grounds
American Sailing Association is a sponsor of Two Can Sail Couples Cruising Seminars
Annapolis (US Boat Show) Oct 7, 2017
Privilege 495 Two Can Sail couple Sean & Cynthia's catamaran
Lagoon 450 Jeff & Jean sail these in the Exumas
Leopard 44 with Jeff & Jean on an ASA Flotilla
Dreaming of owning a catamaran and
cruising off to new harbors?
Limited to a small group, this personalized seminar is designed to help you go
from just talking about buying a catamaran to living aboard your dream yacht.
Design and Construction, The Budget, Fear Factors (emergencies,
open water passages and bad weather), Tips on Handling a Big
Catamaran, Docking and Anchoring Skills, and more.
South African Boat
Builders Export
Association
(SABBEX)
Knysna 500: Jeff & Jean wrote the reivew for MQ magazine
Royal Cape 53: several Two Can Sail couples are sailing these
Sponsored by Multihulls
Quarterly Magazine