A trimaran is an interesting answer to the problems of a trailerable coastal cruiser.
The flared main hull has accommodation similar to a trailerable monohull with a real double berth, dinette, standing headroom at the galley, chart table and WC.
Add to this high performance, which increases fun and range, lack of heel, shoal draft and large deck area.
Pulsar 31 has the largest size, which can be really towed. Originally designed for one-off foam-sandwich construction, she has bolted composite beams.
This design benefits from the latest racing developments with long buoyant floats for safety and power in strong winds.
A deep daggerboard insures good windward ability while the rudders are on the floats for best control.
Her rig is extremely powerful with its rotating carbon mast yet easy to handle with the jib roller and the lazy-jacks. The fixed pole makes spinnaker handling a child play.
She can seek line honours in most races while hoping to have the same success on handicap than the other Pulsar.
Erik Lerouge Yacht Designs
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