demountable 38' trimaran can be built in developed plywood
or composite materials. Even if built with ply/epoxy,
it uses core materials to make the large panels stiff.
tri has full standing headroom throughout, except
when passing under the cockpit. That pass-through
gets one back into the aft cabin without having to
open a hatch on top.
connectives are the old stand-by of aluminum tubes
and stainless steel wire. That speeds up construction
considerably. The tubes can be one piece, or
a pair front and back, to slide past one another.
That lets the tri get skinny in a marina. Unlike
a folder, it can be kept that way on the water.
that this tri has the usual KHSD features to make
it perform and maneuver; a deep board, big rudder,
big amas way out there, and top notch sail handling