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Old 04-02-2014, 18:03   #1
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A little about my boat. Lost Kozz is a 40' TRT 1200GT catamaran. Designed in Norway and built in Bulgaria . Key features are it's rotating carbon fiber mast and daggerboards. She is a cruiser/racer. I am setting her up to live aboard in the near future. My previous boat was a Farrier F9AX. It is for. Sale if interested.
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Old 05-02-2014, 07:56   #2
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Welcome to the forum
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Welcome to the Cruisers Forum. A 40' TRT 1200GT Catamaran is a sweet ride.
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Welcome to the forum! And yep, that's a sweet ride..
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Aloha and welcome aboard!
Good to have you here.
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Welcome to the Cruisers Forum. A 40' TRT 1200GT Catamaran is a sweet ride.
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Old 13-08-2015, 14:22   #7
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Any further news/impressions of this design? Looks attractive and seems like it ought to perform very well in either the CT or CR configuration.
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Any further news/impressions of this design? Looks attractive and seems like it ought to perform very well in either the CT or CR configuration.
A friend of mine owns this one - a GT model. He's done a lot of modifications to make it cruiser friendly, but most of his work is vacuum bagged to keep it light, and the boat still VERY fast. I have sailed this boat several times. Really responds to puffs and sail trim. I also do the local ratings, and our guess is that it weighs in a little less than 7000 lbs.

For sale, because his wife wants something like a trawler. This is the next boat for the guys that were into the Farrier or Corsair trimarans, still want a boat that sails very well, but more room for some big-water cruising.

2001 TRT 1200 GT $249,500 - Windcraft - Corsair Trimarans and Other Fine Multihulls

Disclaimer: I have no financial interest in this.
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