“Enter The Dragon” is a 2018 Dragonfly 25 Sport, high performance trimaran. Dragonfly are made in Denmark to extremely high standards, and this is evident everywhere you look on the boat.
In 2018 she was delivered to the dealer in Sydney, Australia, as their demonstrator. Fitted with every option available from the factory, she was used for occasional press sails including this review by Boating New Zealand before being dry stored until sold to her first and current owner in 2020, here in Singapore.
There are 2 versions of the Dragonfly 25: the Touring and the Sport model. Enter The Dragon is a Sport model, one of the main differences being the taller (11.9m) carbon fibre mast and boom, and larger black polycarbonate sails.
The owner has maintained her very well, repainting the antifoul in 2021 which is still in good condition as the boat is mostly kept on the trailer. The outboard (a Tohatsu 6hp four-stroke) is brand new (2023) and has run only 10 hours. Standing rigging, running rigging, blocks, clutches and winches are all in excellent condition.
Dragonfly patented a “Swing-Wing” system which is used to very quickly and easily retract or extend the floats, enabling Enter The Dragon to be easily recovered onto the trailer, or simply berthed in a standard marina slip. Unlike other multihulls with retractable floats, the Swing-Wing system is really simple to use, takes less than one minute and is all done by small ropes with very little force needed.
In the surprisingly large cockpit you have easy access to the outboard, the copper-coated rudder, the 2020 Raymarine Axiom 7 and of course all the lines, making the 25 Sport very easy to sail single handed. With a self-tacking 12m2 jib, and 29m2 mainsail, she is easy to sail, picks up speed very quickly and can easily be de-powered when necessary. A large carbon fibre tiller extension means you can sit right out on the floats to comfortably balance the boat. Below the cockpit is a large lazarette with space for fuel tanks, anchors, mooring lines and more.
Below decks, the accommodation is light and airy, surprisingly large for a 25ft boat. The cleverly designed centreboard is offset to port, so lifts up under the port settee so does not intrude on cabin space. The large port and starboard settees join together with boards and filler cushions to make a very large double berth. The forward V berth is separated by a blind and has another 2 smaller berths and a Port Potti head (never been used) hidden under the berth. Further forward is a 40L bladder serving as the fresh water tank, connected to the intake above decks. Cabins are very light thanks to large windows on either side, and an opening hatch in the V berth. There is a decent size dinette table that you can fit either in the saloon or in the cockpit, which itself can be completely covered by the collapsible dodger, bimini and camper canvas.
All electronics were installed in 2020: a Raymarine Axiom 7 Multifunction Display, Raymarine VHF, AMEC AIS-B transceiver and OpenWind anemometer. All are networked via NMEA 2000, including AIS overlays on the chartplotter.
Enter The Dragon is in excellent condition, she is ready to go to her new owner and can be shipped anywhere in the world, or current dry berth on the trailer can be transferred to the new owner (subject to Raffles Marina membership).
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