1993 Dragonfly SW800
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / Gas/Petrol
- Located In:
- Eastbourne, East Sussex, United Kingdom
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- £ 29,975 (US$ 42,313)
A tour trimaran with emphasis on design and sailing qualities beyond all expectations. Safe, no heeling and trailable. Easy to sail both single-handed and by 2+2 people. Very quick and great fun to sail and large enough for weekends away.
Quorning Boats introduced the new Swing Wing system in 1989 on the Dragonfly 800. This invention gave the Dragonfly greater versatility and made it more attractive. Provided with a Swing Wing system, the boat took up much less space when in port, and it was a lot easier to transport it on a trailer. From 1989 and well into the new millennium, more than 150 boats have been built. Ready to view in Eastbourne Marina.
Please contact Ray Flowers at +44 (0) 1273 697777
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 8.0 m
Beam: 6.0 m
Length on Deck: 6.0 m
Minimum Draft: 0.40 m
Maximum Draft: 1.40 m
Displacement: 1000 kgs
Bridge Clearance: 12.60 m
Dry Weight: 1000 kgs
Total Power: 6 HP
Engine Brand: Evinrude Ultra Long Shaft
Year Built: 2012
Engine Model: 6HP
Engine Type: Outboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Engine Power: 6 HP
Maximum Speed: 20 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Plastic (35 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Plastic (12 Liters)
Saloon, fully cushioned for 4 bunks with fitted sheets; table with folding top over the lifting keel housing; single burner cooker to stb, sink & tap to port, storage above and below; lighting and instrument panel powered by 2 optima batteries.
Sails & Rigging
Elvestrom sails, Genesis jib, furling with zipped sail cover; fully battened Club main with two reefs, all lines led aft, boom cradle and cover; self furling genoa to set on removable bow sprit, and assymetric spinnaker; all with sheets; 2 sheet/halyard & 2 genoa sheet/trimmer winches.
Sprayhood which zips to extension for full cockpit tent; Dragonfly motif hatch / cockpit table. Plenty of fenders and warps; 4 cockpit cushions.
I bought the Dragonfly SW800 in Denmark July 2011 and had it delivered by road on its own purpose built Brenderup trailer (supplied by Quorning Boats as were all the fittings and packing pieces)
I have sailed around the SE coast, Rye to Brighton and mid channel since, mostly single handed, I`m not so adventurous as Jen Quorning the designer of Dragonfly who competed in the Round Britain and Ireland Two handed Race !
I adapted the reefing system to twin line for each reef, all from the cockpit for comfort
I re-ran the fore halliard for ease of hoisting the foresail cover single handed, it can be reverted
I changed the outboard to 6HP (recommended 4-6HP by Quorning) ultra-long shaft May 2012 due to the 4HP long-shaft either cavitating or swamping when heading for the harbour
Dragonfly was out of the water Oct 2016, the decals and signage was replaced; the trampolines were serviced and fixings to the hull replaced at the same time
I had the sprayhood replaced Aug 2017, this zips onto the extension for a full cockpit cover
Sails are Elvestrom Genesis jib and main (maintained last year by the Elvestrom agent, Hamble)
The other sails are a light Geniker on its own furling drum, which flies from the removable bowsprit, and an asymmetric chute
Dragonfly brochure, original with pictures,
Owners Manual, with details of the wiring system and sheeting plan
An English version with instructions for raising/lowering the mast and rigging winches;
Trailer spec and last certificate
Manufacturers certificate of origin (Also in English)
Original Bill of sale to first owner by Quorning Boats
Current Bill of sale
Current SSR registration certificate
Details for the outboard engine; dinghy; and shore powered battery charger
Handbooks for the Autohelm ST50 tridata speed/depth gauge , and ST1000 autopilot
Various photos of dragonfly prepared for transit
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.