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The ultimate in performance trimarans
Performance and possibility are the fundamentals of Dragonfly Trimarans.
Achieve higher speeds, in greater comfort to visit destinations that would otherwise be out of reach.
Ranging from 25-40 ft, the Dragonfly Trimarans cover trailer sailing through to offshore cruising on a quality, stable platform.
Featuring award-winning innovations like the renowned Swing-Wing system, the Dragonfly Trimaran range is sure to impress.
The new Dragonfly 25 is a high-performance trailer-sailer, for sport and racing sailors looking for an exhilarating lightweight trimaran with comfortable accommodation … and is ideal for weekend cruising with family and friends.
A fast, groundbreaking trailer-sailer. The European designed and built Dragonfly 28 is setting new standards for what’s possible in a sailing boat. Of course, the perfect boat doesn’t exist – but the Dragonfly 28 comes very, very close.
The Dragonfly 32 sets new standards in function and design and 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.
The Dragonfly 40 sets new standards for fast, comfortable and safe family offshore sailing. The spacious cockpit is designed to provide everything you need when sailing and spending days on the water with family and friends. Down below, the well-known Dragonfly style creates a stylish and modern interior.
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 2022, Quorning Boats employs over 50 people and custom-builds hundreds of trimarans each year.
EXCLUSIVE TO TMG
Dragonfly Australia and New Zealand.
Europe has taken to the wonderful world of performance trimarans and TMG wants to bring this proven concept Downunder.
Dragonfly Trimarans are fast and efficient – achieving higher speeds, giving greater range so you can visit more places in Australia, New Zealand or around the world. Explore our spectacular waterways in comfort on a stable, fast and safe platform.
TMGs mission has always been to get more Aussies and Kiwis out on the water enjoying easy, fun and safe boating. The Dragonfly is the ideal vessel to achieve these goals. Every model is unsinkable, is beach-able and has a kick-up rudder and centreboard system, making launching, recovery and beaching a simple task. Another benefit? – single-handed sailing is easy, with all lines leading back to the cockpit. You’ll enjoy superior handling on a multihull that’s noticeably easy to tack.
Sailing isn’t the only thing these boats are great for, trimarans offer you a spacious principal hull and Dragonflies can comfortably accommodate four to five people. Dragonfly is truly the perfect multihull for Australia and New Zealand.
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REVIEWS BY THE EXPERTS
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”.
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.
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.
LATEST FROM THE BLOG
This interview is with Bruno Belmont the design director at Lagoon, discussing the Lagoon 51 rig design and other new design features.
Last month Marnie met with many of the people working behind the scenes to bring Lagoon to life. The first interview was with Lagoons Director Thomas Gailly to discuss the future of Lagoon and some of his favourite key features on the new Lagoon 51.
“Jenny and I have to thank everyone, during our elongated gestation period, for not only your exceptional support but also your friendship. So a big thank you to TMG for delivering on all their undertakings.”