Multihull Sportboat Survey

Posted By: tburd

Multihull Sportboat Survey - 02/29/16 06:06 PM

The beachcat fleet already has figured it out, but lots of other sailors are becoming interested in multihulls. After chatting with a few, I've decided to put together a quick survey to see what real interest is out there for something like a J/70 or Melges 24 of multihulls. Not that we're all going to give up our F18s for something slower, but maybe a fleet like this would appeal to some here as well. The goal here is to garner some opinions to see if the time is right for an organized approach.

Take the poll, share it around, and let us know what you think! Thanks!
Multihull Survey
Posted By: Mike Fahle

Re: Multihull Sportboat Survey - 03/01/16 06:32 PM

The new Farrier 22 would be perfect if it could be purchased here in the states. The waiting list is long, the development has been even longer, and it is Made only in New Zealand. Here the next best thing is the Corsair Sprint.
Posted By: tomthouse

Re: Multihull Sportboat Survey - 03/15/16 01:12 PM

Farrier is a great New Zealand design multi-hull, no doubt, with pricing of starter kits for home building 22 footers starting at $35,990. The kits go up from there to around $61,590 needing only sails, shipping etc., added.; and speeds around 18 knots.

That's in the price range of the new American design and factory completed Stiletto starting at around $89,000 for a 30 footer, that also has an optional foiling design coming out in April or so 2016 with remarkable speeds and transportability.

I look forward to the results of the survey and poll.
Posted By: RickWhite

Re: Multihull Sportboat Survey - 03/15/16 01:29 PM

When and where will we find the results?
Posted By: tburd

Re: Multihull Sportboat Survey - 03/16/16 02:01 PM

Results as of 3/16 can be found here

For those whom submitted contact info and wish to be kept up to date, information will be set out when there is progress. Thanks!
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