Question:

Could there be foldable cross beams for the Multi 23?

 

Our Reply:

The Multi 23 MK2 are 80% carbon, they are very light (about 30kg each equipped with their hardware) and are also very rigid furthermore, the direct impact on the stiffness and nervousness of the trimaran, improving great performance.

In the case of folding cross beams, we lose in rigidity and such a system will add some weight to the boat, it would go in the opposite direction to our policy development and optimization for the Multi 23.
 
 
 
 

Question:

Why the Multi 23 does not have a daggerboard rather than retractable centreboard?

 

Our Reply:

We wanted the Multi 23 to be both a major public and a high performance trimaran, so we opted for retractable centerboard and rudder blade, for the safety of the Multi 23 and in order to be "beachable". These elements are mounted with auto release clamcleats, droppable automatically if case of banging against a hostile element while sailing, which is a very important point concerning the safety of the boat and its crew.

 
 
 
 

Question:

Does the Multi 23 is habitable?

 

Our Reply:

The Multi 23 trimaran is a "Day-boat", set for day use (leisure sailing or racing) or for coastal hiking. The head trunchk is spacious enough and primarily used to store equipment (sails, boom, vests, safety equipment, ...). Long over 3 meters, it can also serve as an extra berth for an adult! A special tent can be installed on trampolines. It is especially important to know that the Multi 23 is a very light trimaran (400Kg), which also contributes to her performance; habitable trimarans are heavier and more expensive, so by choosing a Multi 23 trimaran you earn sailing sensations and save money equivalent to many hotel nights!