2000 Chris White Explorer Trimaran Sail Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com
Ive been on this sites for quite some time and concede to being a long time fan of Chris White designs and in general, most cruising trimarans. Of course in a perfect world i'd have cut the dock
lines years ago and purchased an Atlantic cat but at the present time i'm still stuck kicking tyres, waiting for the time to be right.
I came across this chris white explorer on yachtworld a while back and fell in love. Her lines are beautiful and would expect her motion thru the water
to be close to pitch
perfect. First and foremost i want to sail, not motor
. Anyone care to offer any opinions or better yet, first hand accounts?
I love his 54' hammerhead design also but plan on only ever having my fiance with me most of the time and see the additional 10' as a whole lot of fun but completely unneccessary for our cruising needs. Am i being unrealisitic for looking at this tri as a serious cruising option. We're australians and would look at possibly buying
her and slowly sailing back home. We'd be in no rush and see the delivery
home as part of the experience. I understand i'd need to keep her light but that goes with almost all multis if you expect to get any performance out of them.
I have to admit holding a special spot in my heart for the Searunners too having spent many a day as a kid on my uncles old 31' and loved the speed, stability and ease of sailing offered on a limited budget