Windcraft Announce Some Great News Regarding Dragonfly Swing Wing Trimarans
Windcraft are delighted to announce some great news from Denmark. Quorning Boats have developed two new models in their range of unique Dragonfly Swing Wing Trimarans. It seems that they have been very busy!
Dragonfly 35 ‘Standard’
There are now three versions of the Dragonfly 35 available with the new DF35’Standard’ joining the fleet. The DF35 ‘Standard’ will now be the base version of the DF35 range at a very attractive price of A$495,000. This model is the same basic yacht as the DF35 ‘Touring’ however it features Maple Wood laminate instead of Teak in a simpler interior fit-out. Please contact us for full specifications. We are sure that this new model will prove popular alternative to the ‘Touring’ and ‘Ultimate’ models.
New Dragonfly 32
The big announcement is that there is a complete new model in the range. The all new Dragonfly 32 has been introduced and will fill the gap between the Dragonfly 28 and Dragonfly 35. This boat is more like a scaled down Dragonfly 35, as the new Dragonfly 32 is not trailable like the Dragonfly 28.
The new Dragonfly 32 will appear in two versions – one with a shorter rig and one in a more powerful version with a taller rig. The Dragonfly 32 will be offered standard with a 20 Hp outboard – optional is a 2-cylinder inboard diesel or electric drive. As standard, the boat is equipped with a tiller, but the cockpit has been designed and developed for wheel steering as well.
The yacht comes with 6 full-size berths – all of 2 m length – with a big double V-berth up front, two bigger size easy-foldable single berths in the main cabin as well as a comfortable double berth in the aft cabin. The interior design will pretty much be similar to the Dragonfly 35 Classic version with maple wood as standard and a high-end luxury teakwood interior as an optional.
It will offer full standing headroom of 1.95 m in the main cabin – 1.87 m in the toilet section.
This boat will have a nice big cockpit, which offers space enough for the whole crew. All halyards and lines are led to the cockpit for easy and safe handling – perfect also for shorthanded sailing. The floats are designed even bigger – compared to our previous design – which makes the boat more powerful and fast. It will undoubtedly be the fastest boat in the Dragonfly fleet.
We expect the Dragonfly 32 to be available in Australia next year for A$370,000