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Old 08-04-2010, 03:22   #1
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Anyone Know More About this Small Catamaran ?



Mark Pescott Multihulls : Home

I like this catamaran sooo much, i found it yesterday so i have not checked so much more. But if you know any good or bad about this one tell us.... I think i NEED one
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Old 08-04-2010, 07:57   #3
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Looks like a shuttleworth to me.
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They are a Mark Pescott Firefly design which has been around for a few years now. They are very quick and can be dismantled and trailered between races or cruising grounds. There are a couple for sale in Australia at the moment. If I remeber correctly, Mark also designed a longer version with a little extra room inside, 30' rather than 28'.

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Or is it a Firebird?

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Mark Pescott Multihulls : Home

I like this catamaran sooo much, i found it yesterday so i have not checked so much more. But if you know any good or bad about this one tell us.... I think i NEED one
I'm confused.
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Old 13-04-2010, 16:13   #7
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Firefly 850 High Performance Racing Catamaran (Twin Sharks) = Firefly

Do anyone know simular boats(brands??), and if they are in europe it is even more interesting. But yes, you can take it IN a 40f container... Hmm...
I found atleast two for sale in aus...
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