There is no other boat on the market that stores, trails, launches, sails and shelters its occupants as well as this one does
This is the ultimate trailerable daysailer/camp cruiser.
She is 21 feet long, 8 feet wide folded and 14 feet for sailing.
I purchased her 10 years ago as my retirement boat.
Light enough to pull and launch with a midsize car/van, stable enough for small children(grand) and dogs in most any weather, fast enough to keep up with my buddy's 30 footer cruising the Apostle Islands in Lake Superior and a custom camp cabin for enough dry space to sleep aboard and have out of the way storage.
I purchased her in 2006 in Minnesota from the estate of the first owner.
I would say it had been lightly used and stored well.
She is Seafoam Green with an off white deck, white sails with a grey bottom paint and canvas.
The gelcoat on the hull still has its unwaxed sheen on much of the hull.
Except for 3 Cedar key and Chesapeake Bay cruises this is a fresh water boat.
While not the fastest Trailer Tri, this is the fastest trailer to sailer Trimaran design; truly 10 - 15 leisurely minutes from road to sailing.
The sails are vertical battened, each of which has a full length cover for storage and transport.
They reef and stow by wrapping around the free standing masts.
I would rate their shape and drawing power as good to very good.
She has an extra main and mizzen, vertical battens but with UV damage and repairs, functional but not pretty.
It has the anchor kit with cast bronze deck fittings for the 11lb claw, stored on the bow; removable navigation light kit on a 12 v. battery, switches and accessory plug. The motor-mount is on the rudder with a 2hp Honda 4 stroke.
There is also an outboard motor mount on the winch pylon when trailering.
It comes with a tonneau cover for the fore cockpit.
It has custom designed and built, wing mounted Sunbrella dodgers, on stainless steel frames.
These clam shell up for a 'Birdwatcher' style cabin, the full length 'hatchway' being enclosed by musquito netting or a battened awning.
When raised it encloses the wings and forward cockpit.
This creates a large, protected living space with standing headroom under the awning and allows for using the wings for storage, clearing the whole center cockpit for camp space.
When lowered the dodgers store covered, out of the way, on the edge of the wings.
As I am retired and traveling a good bit, I can provide delivery any where in the country at a very reasonable rate.