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I have never considered multihulls before, but I found one of these 44' trimarans recently and it seems like a steal. Google has not been very forthcoming. Does anybody have any knowledge of or experience with this design/designer/builder?
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what would yoy like to know about the designer or the boats?

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Sadly the boat has long since sold. I think I was probably curious about a variety of things that I'm not super motivated to try and remember any particular questions.

I remember being impressed by the boat, wondering how I would be able to handle her in a tight marina, wondering what sort of progress she made to windward, being impressed with the roominess below, and wondering about stowage in the amas.
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