Tricat 6.90 – Poate oferi cu adevărat navigație distractivă, rapidă, trasabilă ȘI la preț accesibil?
25 1 minut 9 luni

Un trimaran care este ușor de gestionat, suficient de spațios pentru o familie mică, dar suficient de ușor pentru a naviga rapid și la remorcă, totul la un preț „accesibil” (sub 60.000 euro) sună ca o mulțime de casete de bifat. Toby Hodges urcă la bordul Tricat 6.90 ► Deveniți un ABONAT GRATUIT la pagina YouTube a Yachting World acum – ► Pentru cele mai recente recenzii, lansări de echipamente noi și știri despre turnee, vizitați site-ul nostru: ► Dă-ne Like pe Facebook aici – ► Urmărește-ne pe Twitter la: ► Simțiți-vă liber să Comenteaza mai jos! ► Amintiți-vă să apăsați butonul de LIKE dacă v-a plăcut 🙂


25 de comentarii la „Tricat 6.90 – Poate oferi cu adevărat navigație distractivă, rapidă, trasabilă ȘI la preț accesibil?

  1. How many yacht tests have I read or watched which took place in little or no wind? Meaningless. As the owner of both a 4,4m trimaran and a 6.7m cruiser I was interested in this. But you can guess what I wanted to know – how stable is it, how much spray does it throw around, How stable is it with the amas folded ( a Dragonfly under bare poles capsized while on a marina berth in Lossiemouth during the recent gales). Is there enough buoyancy in the front of the amas to prevent them digging in? And so on.

  2. You must really want to have a trimaran to spend over $60k on this tiny boat. It's just a monohull with two extra floats. A monohull of that size without the floats is half the price.

  3. Good to see a test of an affordable boat – however, I don’t agree with the verdict, sorry. Here is why:
    I sail a Dragonfly 28 on the Norwegian west coast. With my wife and daughter it is just about spacious enough for a few days of cruising in a cool climate; it requires coordination of who is where in the cabin, and a cockpit tent to enlarge the dry living space.
    This TriCat is likely a fun boat, but below deck, it’s surely not a “family cruising solution”, and on deck it will be crowded with more than 3. (From experience: The trampolines are not a great place on the move.) Maybe a day sailor? If you push it, a weekender for a young couple with low inhibitions regarding privacy on the loo, and who like basic camping. Maybe a bit more relaxed in a warm climate …
    Value for money? – Hard to tell not having toughed it.

  4. As one whom live in ontario Canada we have a ton of sailable lakes you’ll need a trailer to get to. I’ve always wanted a tes 32 dreamer.
    Have you ever reviewed one of those? Do they still make them?

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