Dragonfly builds high-performance trimarans of the highest quality for cruising purposes. The trimarans can be folded, so they do not take up much space at the berth in the harbor.
At boot 2024, Dragonfly will be presenting the Dragonfly 28 model, a special edition from its boat portfolio. It stands out from the rest of the range with a number of black details. For example, all hatches such as the windows are framed in black, and the pulpits and pulpits are also matt black. This modern style is currently particularly evident on vehicles, and Dragonfly is now bringing this trend to the boat and therefore to the water.
The boat builder will be presenting another innovation at boot 2024 with a carbon edition of the Dragonfly 40. Customer demand for lighter boats prompted the company to take this step. The carbon version saves around one ton of boat weight. The carbon parts are on the floats, the wings are made of carbon, as are the main bulkheads and the hull of the center board. The standard boat without carbon weighs 6.5 tons, whereas the version with carbon weighs only 5.5 tons.
The lighter weight allows for more agile sailing - it is not more maneuverable, but more lively. At 20 knots, which the standard fiberglass version can do, it is certainly a fast boat too. The advantage of the carbon version, however, is that the speed of 20 knots can be reached more quickly and this speed can be maintained more easily.
Dragonfly wants to reach customers who enjoy sailing. The trimaran is predestined for every sailor: it is easy to handle and, as it only creates a very shallow waterway even at high speed, it is wonderful for cruising. The Dragonfly boats with carbon content not only reach their top speed very quickly, they generally achieve a very high average speed and can even be sailed single-handed.