The Dragonfly reputation starts with what sets them apart …
… not only do they have top of the line, fast, lightweight trimarans, but each Dragonfly comes with their award-winning, revolutionary ‘Swing Wing’ system.
DECK & HULL ASSEMBLY
Dragonfly Trimaran founder Borge Quorning launched his company in 1967 with the dream of building state of the art cruising and racing trimarans and selling them around the world.
His dream came true, and Dragonfly Trimarans are now instantly recognisable both at sea and at berth, thanks to high-performance, sleek, elegant European design and the dramatic award-winning ‘Swing Wing’ system, designed by Quorning in 1989.
This is the story of a small family business in the fishing village of Skaerbaek, Denmark, and it’s a story of stubbornness, courage, drive, stability and a love of sailing. Since 1967, the Quornings have been building their incredible boats in the same yard, using the same concept … and now in 2018, Quorning Boats employs over 50 people and custom-builds hundreds of trimarans each year.
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REVIEWS BY THE EXPERTS
Dragonfly 25 Sport Test
Boating New Zealand
When veteran sailing journalist Kevin Green joined TMG’s Rowan McMahan and Joe Fox onboard the Dragonfly 25 Sport for a spinnaker run offshore the Sydney coast, he declared that “the fun factor was apparent in spades”.
New Dragonfly 40
Cat Sailing News
One does need to be an expert Multihull sailor to handle a Dragonfly 40 or any other fast cruiser/daysailer Trimaran. Easy of handling, stability and a hell of a ride are the key assets offered. To achieve that kind of performance on a Catamaran you would need a light performance cat with a powerful rig.
Dragonfly 40 – An outstanding trimaran
This high-performance trimaran adopts modern floats with inverted and voluminous bows. The crossbeams are well clear of the water, giving the DF40 remarkable elegance and a nimble passage through rough water.
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