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DRAGONFLY 32

Dynamic Cruiser and Racer

Setting new standards in function and design

The Dragonfly 32 is the perfect combination of family cruising and racing. The impressive middle child of the family is powerful and fast – one of the fastest of the fleet – and offers plenty to serious racers looking for speed, versatility and safety.

With a new, modern and dynamic design, the 32 has that wow factor and is as easy to handle as her younger sister, the 28.

The Dragonfly 32 comes in two versions, the Touring with the standard rig and the more powerful version with a taller rig, the brand new Dragonfly 32 Evolution.

The dynamic and versatile Dragonfly 32 accommodates a crew of five to seven persons.

SPECIFICATIONS

LENGTH SAILING

9.80m

LENGTH FOLDED

11.99m

BEAM SAILING

8.00m

BEAM FOLDED

3.60m

TOURING

EVOLUTION

Displacement

3,400 kg

3,450 kg

Draft, centreboard up

0.55 m

0.55 m

Draft, centreboard down

1.90 m

1.90 m

Mainsail

48m²

58 m²

Standard Genoa

26 m²

29 m²

Asymmetric spinnaker

95 m²

110 m²

Engine (std)

21 Hp

21 Hp

Fresh water capacity

120 L

120 L

CE certification

A : 5; C: 7

A : 5; C: 7

BROCHURE

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DRAGONFLY 32 KEY FEATURES

INTERIOR

You’ll enjoy an abundance of space below deck – the working surfaces and the saloon are transformed by the recessing of the centreboard, thanks to intelligent and thorough 3D design of the central module and the structural interior moulding.

The Dragonfly 32 comes with six full-sized berths, all of 2 m length. Forward, there is a double V-berth, and the aft cabin offers a comfortable double berth.

The interior layout is fitted out in maple wood as standard, with luxurious teakwood interior optional. Six to eight people can be seated comfortably on the main dinette table, and the functional galley is located centrally by the companionway.

The boat offers full standing headroom of 1.93 m in the main cabin – 1.87 m in the toilet/head section.

EXTERIOR

The Dragonfly 32 features an oversized cockpit offering space for the entire crew and family, and all halyards and lines lead to the cockpit for easy and safe handling. The 32 can easily be sailed short-handed.

An excellent option is the canvas ‘cabriolet’ which turns the cockpit into an exterior saloon, and you’ll enjoy an articulated bimini, ideal for warmer conditions.

The Dragonfly 32 features the famous ‘Swing Wing’ system designed more than 25 years ago, allowing the impressive multihull to be accommodated in a monohull berth.

Compared to previous models, the floats are even bigger – making the boat faster and far more powerful. The 32 is the fastest boat in the Dragonfly fleet.

KEY FEATURES

  • New high-volume wave piercing floats improving performance and offshore capability
  • Six full-sized berths
  • Swing Wing System as standard
  • Fastest multihull in the fleet
  • Oversized cockpit
  • Optional canvas ‘cabriolet’ turning the cockpit into an exterior saloon
  • Cruising and Racing models available

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DRAGONFLY FACTS

DRAGONFLY DESIGNERS

Dragonfly founder Jens Quorning teamed up with Danish naval designers Olsen Design in 2005, and their innovative collaboration was the start of a successful new era for Dragonfly Trimarans, with the introduction of 3D design.

Steen Olsen is the sole owner of Olsen Design and has played an integral role in the design and calculations of the last four Dragonfly models. Steen has more than 20 years of experience in naval design and has designed folding propellers, hatches and optimised rig details for America’s Cup sailboats. Steen has a passion for sailing and has won several racing awards internationally.

DRAGONFLY BUILD

The Dragonfly reputation starts with what sets them apart … top of the line, fast, lightweight trimarans.

Dragonfly's construction has consistent quality, a great team and customisation. Dragonfly Trimarans have been made in the same boatyard for 50 years, working towards widespread acceptance. The production facility has dedicated and highly skilled staff setting impossibly high standards for modern boatbuilding today. Working closely with some of the most qualified and experienced suppliers and subcontractors in the world, resulting in boats of impeccable, flawless quality.

SWING-WING SYSTEM

The award-winning Dragonfly Swing Wing system was designed by Borge and Jens Quorning in 1989. Using this revolutionary system, the trimaran can be folded to reduce the beam by more than 50% in less than one minute per side, using no tools and operating only from the cockpit.

This unique folding system has been standard on all Dragonflies since the introduction of the Quorning Swing Wing system. This allows them to use marina berths intended for monohulls and to be trailerable, saving space when accommodated in a harbour, marina or on land greatly reduces your storage costs!

ACHIEVEMENTS

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Axopar 28 T-Top

Dragonfly , USA

It’s really the quality, that it’s the best. When I went to look at the factory, every tool had a place and they had a very specific system. And everyone was clearly trained and they seemed to take such pride in what they were doing.

Dragonfly , SE

We have a 28 Performance. I think I was convinced when we went down to Dragonfly for a test sail. Then it started to move things and well, I think we need to switch. It is great fun, I must say. I mean, when you get the wind, you get the speed and it

Dragonfly 35 Customer Testimonial - Chris

Dragonfly 35 Customer Testimonial – Chris

“I had been looking at many different trimaran brands and found the Dragonfly trimarans to standout due to their exceptional built quality and very clever design.” Chris, Dragonfly 35

Dragonfly , USA

We wondered how it would perform in the conditions that we’re going to have to sail it in. And my impression, to date, is that it handles the swell and the rough seas and the wind beautifully, even better than our monohull. So, so far, I’m delighted.

REVIEWS BY THE EXPERTS

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Bluewater Sailing – May 2017

With the 20-horsepower diesel and sail drive ticking over slowly and the bow thruster—yes, bow thruster—working, Cam steered us out of a tight slip and headed down the creek. To deploy the amas, all we had to do was release one control line and pull on another and soon they were fully extended.