Early Sea Pearl 21' Trimaran. Earlier version with the swing out Akas, roomier cockpit, and fiberglass running boards. A bit roomier, but, a bit heavier than the newer "telescoping" Sea Pearl sport Tris.
Great boat, easy to set up, easy to sail, easy to reef, Points well, and like all multihulls, really scoots off the wind. Runs well too wing and wing. It's even easier to load on its stock flat bunk trailer. I'm down to less than 20 minutes from rolling up to the ramp and into the water.
Ground tackle forward, easy deploy.
Has custom side bunk canvas, and a full center cockpit bimini, so you can camp cruise as is. Or, you can have Sea Pearl build a camp cruiser tent for it (it's larger, roomier) than the current stock Sports, so, they're not off the shelf, but I've talked to them and they will have their canvas guy build and fit one.
Anyway, great boat, It's in great shape with a chip or two here and there from a decade plus of good use. Paint's still holding up, along with Gel coat.
Sails are in good shape along with all the running rigging. No standing rigging, really easy to step the masts and go.
Good balanced split rig, with little to no helm.
I've rigged up a 100w solar panel, charge controller and a 100 ah battery to push an older Torqeedo 401 with it and charge the house batt.
Pushes the boat in a flat @ 4knts. Negotiable with the boat only.
I also have a Triak, sailing kayak, Jarcat 21 Catamaran, and a Dovekie 21' and I'm getting older, so, one has to go, maybe 2.