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Old 02-25-2017, 07:06 AM
markstrimaran markstrimaran is offline
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18' Trimaran built for camping. Cutter rigged.

Room for 4 adults.

Beach able.

8" draft with boards up.

Trailerable.

30 minutes to launch, in the dark. With minimal needed for assembly .

Unsinkable, foam laminated cored hull.

Completely dry cabin, waterproof in a rainstorm with
36" of head room.

Easy to sail, upwind ability.

Dual purpose, amas, can be removed, and it becomes a 15" fast River boat.

Built for less than $2000.00
This was on here before. I can't post to my old link, so I started a new thread. The boat has 3 years on it, since I started. It has undergone a lot of tweaking. It still has a few things that could be improved upon.

It needs primer ed areas to be painted, the dagger board/Lee board, setting a self tacking jib sail. The problem trailer fender that likes to vibrate loose.
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