New sail TNT 34

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by motorcat, Feb 25, 2010.

  1. pogo
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    pogo ingenious dilletante

    Originally Posted by motorcat
    Yes , it was mistake in my text above . Our goal is 1600 kg instead 1500 kg I wrote . We are specialst in building multihulls as a very light boats ( sandwich ) . Please visit our web site with power cats www.motorcat.com . The weight of MC 30 fully equipped with power installed ( twin 60 HP outboards ) is about 2200 kg


    Which one is right on target?
    The powercat MC30 ?

    pogo
     
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    There is a video of these guys weighing the TNT34... the boat looks finished, but has no rigging/sails/mast... this tri came in at 1750kgs on the video...
     
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    and ? was something , what we would like to be hidden ?
    Our weight expectation was less but nobody is perfect and we have not a fairy in our staff :)

    To us TNT 34 is not only a major development as company but to sailing world this is a new way of folding that deserves space and attention.
    Dragonfly people used folding as SwingWing for long time ,since 70,s .
    Farrier patented his method and has applied to Corsair tris
    For 40 years +/- there is no new method to fold trimaran until TNT 34 .

    Now we are waiting for Baltic sea trails in the end of April which confirm finally perfomace and competition of TNT 34
     
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    Yes it would be nice to see some video of the TNT34 sailing in some decent wind... the videos you have sailing on the lake in 5kts of wind doesnt really show us anything...
     
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    Looks like the boat went well -congratulations! Didn't you say earlier that the boat would use lifting foils in the amas? Did you change your mind? I don't see them in the video....


     
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    Does the boat required the mast be lowered before folding?
     
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