No I am in Punta Gorda Fl. The boat you saw in JC was probably Coastal Sailor.
The Telstar, Hmmm. Had one, Fantastic Sailer, moves in light winds, handles strong winds, very safe IMHO. A lot of work sailing her as compared to the Tomcat 6.2, that's why I downsized. It is trailerable but not a trailer sailer, be prepared for 4-5 hours prep time and be careful with raising the mast, a lot of parts
have been broken by stray lines wrapping in the wrong place as wittnessed by the Telstar association Forum. The boat is more of a keep it in the water for the summer and haul it home in the winter saving on marina storage
. Fit and Finish, Tony was trying to build a trimaran
for the masses, keeping costs down and he was successful, again IMHO. But, the masses wanted a cheap trimaran
that was perfect in every way and this was impossible. Tony's mast raising, ama opening system and Rudder/CB operating systems were brilliant. If you want great sailing and don't mind spider cracks and doing small repairs
then try it out. A tip if you get one, don't put the C/B down all the way they break in rough weather
. Instead keep it at 2/3 down MAX.