WORLDWIDE CATAMARANS led by Graham Stimson and Jane Pegler specialise in multihulls, mostly being catamarans, however they are involved with the sale of all types of vessels, including monohulls, both power and sale, privately owned and commercial vessels.

Unlike many yacht brokers who are tied to a single manufacturer WORLDWIDE CATAMARANS are totally independent and do not hold any stock boats. Neither are they tied to any particular area or territory, where two neighbouring dealers are squabbling over a customer like two fleas arguing, who owns the dog!

WORLDWIDE CATAMARANS work with the buyer and some of the worlds most prestigious  builders to help the buyer make the right decision and get the best deal possible on the purchase of their new yacht, helping with after sales, project management and at all times, acting with the clients best interests in mind.

They have a vast combined experience as brokers of previously owned boats, which is the bread and butter of the business and whether you are buying or selling, WORLDWIDE CATAMARANS can help.

WORLDWIDE CATAMARANS operate on a policy of constant improvement as the world is constantly changing on every level, currency rates change on a daily basis, what was great on the web or social media last week, this week everything has changed, so they must, as a team be constantly evolving, embracing these changes. Their web presence is second to none and work with a well established network of international brokers on a global basis.

WORLDWIDE CATAMARANS have learned to surround themselves with a great team of “nice guy’s”. Professionals in their own fields such as charter management, finance, marine law, insurance and marine surveys.

As Graham Stimson, Director of WORLDWIDE CATAMARANS, say’s they are not number one yet, but they will be!


Graham Stimson
They beside every great man there is a great woman, Jane Pegler is that woman and together Jane and Graham make a great team. With a sailing background in racing Hobie Cats on an international level and also a number of substantial deliveries herself over the years.

Nick Green
Nick Green is the proper sailor amongst us cutting his teeth at an early age rising to world championship status on 5.5 meter keel boat racing. 40 years of sailing experience half of which sailing Multihulls. With over 22 years in the marine industry.

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Well this is my first attempt at doing a blog and I will try to keep it going with a regular update.
With the Miami Show come and gone having to deal with all last minute stuff before we went like printing, getting shirts embroidered by BIZZY LIZZY in Javea. She is great and she did a real good job for us. (had to give her a plug)
The cat was injected for the cattery, dog sitter sorted, our daughter Amber's gold fish carefully transferred to our friends apartment.
Trying to get a newsletter out before the show was no easy task, but we got there. It did not help that a small dripping leak from a pipe fitting suddenly increased its flow on to Jane’s laptop and it fizzled to a halt. Panic stations retrieving the hard drive with a week´s (not backed up data) I know, I know, I should have fixed the pipe, backed up blah blah!
Seen the photos of the new Isara 50 being off loaded and it looked great and seeing the owners version in the flesh. This is the first time Jane and I had chance to get away together for a long time, but Amber's Godparents looked after her while we were away, so we knew she was in safe hands.
Pleased that the 115ft Dennison superyacht was finally sold to a real nice guy, Danny who stayed with us for a few days before going to see it in Cape Verde. It was a stressful sale for various reasons, but pleased that the new owner will now have the pleasure of owning her.  
We both loved Miami!
I keep getting that Will Smith song in my head still (well the only words I can remember anyway) where the female backing singer chirps in singing “welcome to Miami (Bienvenido a Miami)”
It was nice meeting some old friends like Tommy and Amy from Sail Away Catamarans, who I met in Annapolis and made us feel really welcome. It was also nice meeting a few of the Catamaran Company team, Hugh and also Caroline Laviolette, who we have recently worked with co-brokering a nice cat.
It is also always great to see the lovely Catherine Relandeau´s smiling face with Privilege Marine, seeing familiar faces like Eric Bruneel and his new range of space age Neel Trimarans, which looked superb.
Above all it was nice meeting up with Cris Jackman the CEO of ISARA YACHTS and meet the rest of the team.
Lykos the Greek agent was a real gent, a Greek God, and we look forward to sending him a few charters on the new Isara 45 going to Greece on Skippered charter. The couple working with us at the show were Wade from South Africa and his Australian wife, Bianca they were really nice guys and we had some great times out socially. We all worked well together.
Hi to all the girls at Hooters by the way!
Anyway I love catamarans, I love my job, I love my customers and I love all the girls at Hooters, Bayside!

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