Clearly you would want to test sail one in various conditions and speak to any exisitng owners, but if the performance meets your needs and the rig is as easy to use as it seems, I see no reason to believe that the sails
would be problematic - afterall, the technology for each sail is hardly new.
On the issue of 'accessories' - again, I see no reason that one could not specify what hardware/electronics etc. one wanted as I suspect none will be manufactured in Chile in any event. Visits to the factory - yes, one would have to look into the transportation costs from your home base. However, Chile is now becoming a popular tourist destination
and I see no reason to believe that the costs will be prohibitive. Indeed, the cost of living once there will likely be much less than in France
, if one were going to visit a factory for boats manufactured in those countries.
The boat is well outside my 'snack bracket', but neither the somewhat novel rig, nor the fact that it is manufactured in Chile would be deter me if I could afford one.