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http://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/boats-marine/yachts/multihull/auction-1137973726.htm

 

 In 1982 the Auckland Multi-hull Sailing Association (now the New Zealand Multihull Yacht Club) made the event a reality, albeit without the power division.

 

Twelve intrepid skippers and their crews took part, among them Duncan (Cookie) Stuart, who was the association's commodore.

He won that first race sailing Krisis, his 42-foot trimaran. 

 

http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=8215

 

Supertramp_-_Crisis.jpg

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Yes, well, I did spot that TM listing. :)

 

Even my Euphoria-hating partner likes Krisis. In fact she ticks every box we have bar two.

 

Doesn't fit on a trailer, Doesn't fit my limited budget.

 

Damn.

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Barring any structural issues, that looks like a lot of boat for the money!

 

So - you have to go on deck and down a hatch to use the head?   The wife would demand a different config!

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Barring any structural issues, that looks like a lot of boat for the money!

 

So - you have to go on deck and down a hatch to use the head?   The wife would demand a different config!

I wish my savings plan was more advanced...

 

I agree with Cookie - the separate/outside loo is a definite selling point - way better than sleeping with your toilet!

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You'll sometimes see tris of this vintage pop up on trademe for similar asking prices.  But you won't see any as tidy, organised, well maintained and well presented as Krisis.
You'll also see that there's not much on her that's frivolous! 

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Jeez that boat is a New Zealand multihull legend.  Does anybody know if the cantilevered lounge and bedroom are as originally designed or an add on?  When sailing on Manu Puru way back in the 70's I don't recall there being much more space inside than what was on my Buccaneer 24 Capricorn. Yeah I know they're both way smaller than the mighty Krisis.

 

I wonder if I could sail it back across the ditch - - yeah no worries!

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here's a pic of her

 

gallery_1988_24_135990.jpg

 

back before the 15hp?-40kg? outboard

 

was swapped for the 40hp-100kg? lombardini in-board diesel

 

apparently the lightest? marine diesel engine of its size

 

2 of which are the cruiser racer option for the SIG60 luxury cat

 

SIG45-2.jpg

 

 

 

 

• 70hp Yanmar diesels with sail drives;

• 40hp Lombardini diesels with sail drives (light weight option for cruiser racer - 110kg) 

 

http://www.cat-sale.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/SIG60-Specifications-June-2014.pdf

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