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Old 07-07-2011
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Little beach Multihulls

I was looking at a Windrider and a Weta, i dont know if there is anything else out there other then a Nice Hobie, but since i dont like to get in the water to much i am looking at the windrider. has anyone sailed on anything else , didnt know if there were other designs?

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There's this one:

Warren Light Craft - Little Wing 15.5 Sail - Trimaran Kayak



Notice, too, that the WHOLE thing only weighs 68 pounds.
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Hobie makes a similar trimaran

A couple actually:

Hobie Cat Company - Mirage Tandem Island

Hobie Cat Company - Mirage Adventure Island

They've got some beach cats that are more family friendly as well, easier to keep from going over.
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I have seen those that one is a nice one im sure its fast too, only 80bls.. so no one knows of any one place to go to see pricing of any others.?
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Don't know how much a Maricat weighs but it's a small multihull which we got for our boys to play around on the lake in. We got the 13ft model, but there is quite a few people sailing the 14ft version if you are interested in class racing.
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well if i did that i would just go with a hobie cat used! i think a trimaran is faster then a hobie i am still trying to figure that out..
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