Dragonfly 25 - Building hull #100!

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A great success in the niche market that is the transportable (meaning foldable, of course...) trimaran. The Dragonfly 25 is suitable for coast-hopping as well as for racing (particularly the Sport version with its carbon mast). Comfort levels are obviously limited, with headroom of just 4’10” (1.47 m) at the foot of the companionway and a forepeak bunk offering only 10” (25 cm) of width at the feet end... but it’s all in a good cause: a fine and lightweight central hull and two floats with sharp bows. Under sail, you won't be disappointed: the 39 m²/t sail area to weight ratio ensures a boatspeed of 15 knots in... 15 knots of wind!

Our Dragonfly 25 vs Astus 24 comparison

Builder: Quorning Boats
Architects: Jens Quorning and Steen Olsen
Hull length: 25’1”/28’5” folded (7.65/8.65 m)
Beam: 19’/7’7” folded (5.80/2.3 m)
Draft: 14”/7’7” (0.35/2.3 m)
Mast height: Touring 34’9” (10.6 m) or Sport 39’1” (11.9 m)
Light displacement: 2,535 lbs (1,150 kg)
Mainsail: 258/312 sq ft (24/29 m²)
Solent: 108/129 sq ft (10/12 m²)
Code 0: 301/334 sq ft (28/31 m²)
Spinnaker: 495/646 sq ft (46/60 m²)
Engine: 6 HP Outboard
CE Category: C4/B6
Price: from € 98,700 ex-tax 

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