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The notable Shuttleworth Design Group have made in the Trimaran Damiana a very strong, stable structure. The deck is organized for solo sailing with all lines converging to the cockpit, so there is no need to walk on the deck which is an important safety feature. She is ready to go!
Located in the heart of the world’s best cruising grounds. La Paz, Mexico, the gateway to the Sea of Cortez. Dozens of gorgeous anchorages with white sand beaches, crystal clear warm turquoise water, many within a days sail to downtown La Paz.
The vessel construction is of Airex foam sandwich with unidirectional glass and Kevlar, and carbon-fiber compression space frame is built into the deck, Crossbeams are unidirectional glass/carbon fiber composite. The result is a very stiff, very strong structure. Stability is achieved by 1) a wide 32 foot / 9.75 m beam, 2 ) a moderate 50 foot / 15.5 m mast, 3) outriggers' shaped with high buoyancy forward and tapering aft to reduce pitching 4) high buoyancy outriggers 200% of total boat displacement (plus central hull watertight compartments up to 250% buoyancy).
The main cabin has 6'4" / 1.93 m headroom with a 6' / 1.82 m galley, an enclosed head compartment, a foldable double bunk or two single bunks on port, plus a single on starboard. The stern cabin has V berth for sleeping two, while the aft cabin has a trapezoid double berth. Total sleeping spaces : 7.
The deck is organized for solo sailing: all the control lines for all the maneuvers converge to the cockpit, there is no need to walk on the deck: this is an important safety feature.