This unusual and innovative trimaran is not only fast, she can even fold up while still afloat.
A number of European builders, most notably the British builder Prout and more recently Prestige and Ohlala from France, import to the U.S. a handful of boats each year. None, however, has made a splash as big as Ian Farrier's F-27 trailerable tri, first launched in 1985.
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